of Project:BECOMING is to create self-actualized women.
Through the use of expressive modalities, such as dance,
writing and discussion, we promote creative exploration.
These experiences encourage an outgrowth of limitless
possibilities. We decrease risky behavior, such as
teenage pregnancy, drug use and academic delinquency.
We increase self-esteem, social, individual and academic
responsibility as well as community involvement. We hone
the critical thinking skills of our participants,
thereby allowing them to assess, plan and act
BECOMING operates out of a spirit of solidarity.We are
interdependent creative individuals with unique skills
and abilities.We foster and support transformational
experiences by motivating and challenging others to
maximize their individual potentials. We have a passion
for developing confident, strong, self-aware young women
They are who
project, Multiple interpretations, One mission
our commitment to creating a harmonious global
community, Project: BECOMING strives to become a
household name as we grow from a single program in each
of the five boroughs to multiple programs sites in all
fifty states. Our foundation is our commitment to
stretching our participants’ sense of self with the use
of a standardized holistic curriculum. We stand by our
curriculum. It is the glue that binds us together as one
project with many interpretations working towards a
common mission of empowering women across the nation. We
are aware of our client’s individuality, we understand
their needs are unique but the solution is the same
therefore, our curriculum is malleable yet firm.
our success as a collection of individual successes. We
are client driven, efficient and profitable. We will
build on our existing strengths: our passion, our
commitment, our uniqueness and our creativity while
developing new competencies in order to expand Project:
BECOMING into a franchised non profit organization.
women, we are savoir-faire, we are leaders in developing
Project: BECOMING New York
Project: BECOMING to the young women in your community
by emailing Alexandra Joye