GIVE BACK, GET INVOLVED!
Imara Roose is 100% volunteer-based.
We rely on members of our community to do this invaluable work—
so, we need you to give back by getting involved!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic,
programming will be 100% virtual during the 2020-21 school year.
Share our volunteer opportunities with your networks and join us
THIS WEDNESDAY for a virtual info session!
Mentor applications are due THIS FRIDAY!
Join us Wednesday December 2, 2020 to meet our team and learn more about who we are, what we do, and how you can get involved!
Programming will be 100% virtual during the 2020-21 school year—the only in-person requirement is completing a background check through PG County Public Schools. Click here to RSVP!
We can’t do this work alone! We need your help to truly effect change in the lives of the black and brown girls who participate in our program—help us maximize our impact, advance our mission, and actualize our vision!
Your donation will contribute to our mentees participating at absolutely no cost, click here to learn more! Share with your networks and, if possible, double your impact through corporate matching.
Your donation doesn’t have to be financial—donate items and services that can benefit our mentees, click here.
JOIN OUR TEAM
Our dynamic team of black and brown women—whether behind the scenes as part of our executive board or working directly with students as a mentor—plays an integral role in advancing our mission, click here to learn more.
We’re always looking for amazing women of color to share their insight and perspective as a guest speaker during one of our weekly virtual workshops—click here.
We’re looking for individuals, organizations, and businesses to join as community partners— amplifying awareness, recruiting volunteers, and fundraising—click here.
The focus of our work is to empower our mentees to maximize their potential and they’re clearly on a path to greatness. Meet our amazing mentee, Tori! She’s a senior science and technology student at ERHS with a love for theater and art. She plans to major in biomedical engineering.
“Imara Roose is a great resource for young black girls in need of black female role models. My mentor has helped me with my college applications and essays. Every workshop teaches me something new.”
STATE FARM'S GRANT COMPETITION
Amongst a pool of 2,000 applicants we were selected as one of State Farm's 200 finalists! With our community's support, we were voted into the TOP 40 and won $25,000 to continue inspiring, empowering, and uplifting black and brown girls! We couldn’t have done it without every single person who supported us—thank you, thank you, thank you! Click here for more.
TELL A FRIEND
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