Reflections Unlimited is a model finishing school that is empowering young girls to develop into young ladies whose lives mirror the reflection of Godliness through exemplary character, responsible citizenship, and decorum.
Confident young ladies competing in a global society
Reflections Unlimited Summer Tour for Teens, Tweens and Collegiate!!!
Who: Young ladies ages 11-18
When: July 12-July 15, 2018
Where: Young ladies, join us for "Three Exciting Days" in New York!!!
2018 New York Tour Flyer - Click Here
Some attractions included in this tour: Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, 9/11 Memorial, Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange, Bowling Green Bull, Ticker Tape Parade Route, Trinity Church, 5th Avenue, Rockefeller Center, NBC's Today Show Set, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Central Park, Strawberry Fields, Dakota Building, Central Park Zoo, Tiffany's, St. Paul's Chapel, Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Hudson River, The Apple Store, FAO Schwarz, Lincoln Center, Chrysler Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Trump Tower, Plaza Hotel, New York Public Library, USS Intrepid Aircraft Carrier, Columbus Circle, Grand Army Plaza... and much more!!!
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Total Cost: $975.00 or four installments:
From Charlotte to London, Atlanta to Italy, Washington, DC and beyond....
If you take the time to travel the world while you're young, you can reap these benefits longer for the rest of your life. The knowledge, perspective and self-fulfillment you obtain will last you through the years.
~The Passport Lifestyle
Our program covers three basic categories: Character Development, Interpersonal Developmental Skills, and Basic Life Skills. We cover topics such as College Prep, Dining Etiquette, Public Speaking, Business Etiquette, Social Media Responsibility, Fashion, and Leadership. In addition, Cultural Enrichment through travel is a very strong component of our program.
In addition to structured lessons, we offer uniquely designed sessions to meet the special needs of our audiences, which may range from a single parent, school, church, civic organization, community center, sorority, or university. Some classes may be on a continuum or a single session. Our students range in ages from youth to adults. In addition, our audiences often include males and college students.
Would you like to see your daughter develop into a confident young lady, possessing poise and dignity?
In today's world, we are constantly bombarded every waking hour with negative influences from television commercials, magazines, the internet, and popular culture. The goal of advertising of this type is to convince us that we are somewhat inadequate and incomplete to create a dependency on products to adorn the exterior. Reflections Unlimited will teach your daughter to discern and filter these images, fortifying them from the inside. Through exposure to etiquette training, character education, instructional lessons, mentorship, activities, and guided group discussions, your daughters will become empowered and possess the skill set to be poised, confident, and self-assured in any social setting.
Good character programs can (1) improve school culture and climate, (2) improve student behavior, (3) reduce acts of violence, (4) reduce drug and substance abuse, (5) improve identify and attachment to schools, (6) improve academic performance-2007 Research Study by Joseph W. Mazzola, Executive Director of the Character Education Partnership.
The enhancement of self-worth through preventive and counseling interventions was found to be important in young adults as a source of protection from depression symptoms-2006 research study featured in the Journal of Counseling and Development.
Why use good manners? We want to put others at ease around us. We don't want people to feel threatened or insulted by our behavior. Respect is the key. Using good manners is the ultimate of respecting yourself and others. It can all be summed up in the Golden Rule-treat others as you wish to be treated. This is a great truth that is respected by most societies.
P.M. Forni, a professor and co-founder of the Johns Hopkins University Civility Project told USA Today that the changes we see in celebrity manners are part of a greater behavior shift in American culture. "American society is among the most informal in the world," Forni said. Now, you add the informality of the Internet to that culture, and all bets are off. It's an age of total disclosure and total expression, for very little concern for the feelings of others.
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