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15th Annual STG Seminar

On September 12th, 2020, we concluded the 15th Annual Surviving the Game Virtual Seminar. Thank you to everyone who presented and participated. This was the first year STG was virtual and we had an amazing turn out and a great time.

In honor of 15 years of service STG decided to hold an STG essay contest! The students were told to write an essay about what they learned from the conference and how they would apply those tools to their life. They wrote about finishing strong, expanding their personal brands, and thinking about they are going to do rather than what they could’ve done. We selected 3 winners; in 1st place Ms. Bobbie Oramalu from Texas; 2nd place Mr. Christian Huble from Minnesota and 3rd place Ms. Lela McGregor from Minnesota, Congratulations to all the winners!

Surviving the Game has always advocated for students continuing their education. On the STG Website https://survivingthegame.org/ the 2020 STG Dream Drivers Scholarship and 2020 STAR Guns Down Books Up Scholarship applications are now open! Current college students seeking two year and four year degrees, be sure to apply by October 1st.

Surviving the game will also be launching a STG Racial Justice Leadership Institute Winter 2020. For more information, follow us on our social media and if you have any questions pertaining email us directly or visit our website at https://survivingthegame.org/ 

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STG Celebrates Small Business Owners Month

In honor of Small Business Month, STG would like to highlight the work of “Sistar Girl Talk Group” which is a group of entrepreneurs from Desmoines, Iowa who successfully launched a Sista Soul Fest in in August 2020. Currently, they are planning another community event that will take place on October11th, 2020. To register as a vendor at the Soul Fest event click the link Soul Fest To contact these fabulous business owners contact Hazel Grace  Photography on instagram at @hazel.grace.photography or email her at Photography.hazelgrace@gmail.com; contact Tranzitions Wellness on instagram at @tranzitionswellness or email Tranzitionsbeauty@yahoo.com; contact Aje Noire Creations on instagram @aje.noire.creations or email Aje.Noire.Creation@gmail.com; contact Shy Intimate Apparel at instagram @shyintimate or visit the website at http://www.shyintimateapparel.com. Reach out to the Sistar Girl Talk Group event planners via email at sistarsgirltalk@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing these small business owners prosper for years to come.

STG 2020 Shinning STAR

Jacci McGregor, Artist, Visionary and Entrepreneur

We are pleased to highlight Ms. Jacqueline McGregor, 17 from Woodbury, MN. She is a senior attending Tartan high school in Oakdale, MN. Jacci has created the STG logo that celebrates 15 years of service in the community. Jacci’s work will be featured during our 2020 STG Virtual Seminar which, will take place on Saturday September 12, 2020 from 1:00-3:30pm CST. Jacci congratulations on your work! You are a shinning star, we are proud of you and are excited to see what the future holds. For more information about this rising star contact Jacci via instagram @Jaccimcgreg

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION CLICK THE LINK BELOW:

https://survivingthegame.org/stg-2020-registration/

Thank you for attending the 15th Annual STG Conference/ Know Your Worth Virtual Seminar was a huge success because of you! We look forward to having you participate in our upcoming leadership institute. More news coming soon! Remember to register to vote and exercise your right to vote.

STG 2020 Know Your Worth!

Come and join us as we celebrate 15 years of educating youth and young adults about financial literacy. This year our focus is knowing your worth! We will talk about entrepreneurship and action steps you can take to start your business and grow your brand. We will also hear from Charles McGregor, Founder of Tribe Games who will share about his successful gaming business. Students will also learn about scholarship opportunities and a new Racial Justice Leadership Institute that will start during the fall 2020. Participants will also engage in a capstone action planning project that will be led by local legislatures to address racial justice issues related to homeownership and economic development in the African American community.

Participants must register to attend. Registration is free:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5Itrr4pxSTWx4Y8P3Jwidw