Gamma Sigma inspires leadership and sisterhood

Gamma Sigma inspires leadership and sisterhood
Posted on 11/09/2018

Harlandale ISD girls are learning the importance of leadership and sisterhood through the Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas Gamma Sigma Girls program.

Dedicated to advocacy, college readiness and giving back to the community, the leadership development initiative combines the Girl Scout Leadership Experience with a sorority style setting for teen girls.

In true sorority fashion, Gamma Sigma Girls has a younger sister chapter, Gamma Sigma Pearls.

Students from Harlandale Middle School, Leal Middle School, Kingsborough Middle School, Terrell Wells Middle School, Harlandale HS, McCollum High School and STEM Early College HS showed their commitment to Gamma Sigma Girls and Gamma Sigma Pearls at the annual Investiture Ceremony held on Nov. 6.

As part of the ceremony, the girls recited the Girl Scouts promise, lit candles and were pinned to become part of one of the oldest female empowering organizations. 

Harlandale ISD Executive Director of Human Resources Diana Tudyk and VIA Metropolitan Transit Communications Manager Lorraine Pulido, who is also a proud Harlandale HS Class of 1988 graduate, served as guest speakers.

Tudyk and Pullido congratulated the young girls and shared inspiring words of encouragement.

Now officially a part of the organization, the girls will focus to advocate for issues they are passionate about by creating sustainable community service projects. They are all looking forward to encountering new, exciting opportunities and gaining long-lasting friendships.

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