Planning a Global Youth Service Day Project: Steps to doing a Coat & Scarf Drive

Hello! Welcome to the Project Stella Resources Blog! Global Youth Service Day is coming up. We celebrate it every April and it kicks off an important initiative to empower youth to serve and make a different in their community. In this series on Project Stella Resources, I will provide example of projects that kids can... Continue Reading →

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Top 12 Books Recommendations from Moms who R.O.C.K.

Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Resources Blog! We recently finished up our Moms who R.O.C.K. (Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness) Conference.  At the end of the conference, during our LIVE Q&A sessions, I asked our presenters for book recommendations they have for personal development and parenting. New here? I have these blog posts to help... Continue Reading →

PROJECT STELLA RESOURCES SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR UPCOMING BOOK – ’52 KIDS WHO R.O.C.K. EVERY DAY: INSPIRING STORIES OF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO RADIATE OUTRAGEOUS COMPASSION & KINDNESS’

Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Resources Blog!   In this post, I am sharing the Press Release we submitted for seeking nominations for our new book, 52 Kids who R.O.C.K. Every Day: Inspiring stories of young people who Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness. Nominations were due January 25, 2019. BONUS: And as a "Thank You"... Continue Reading →

Guide to Planning Service Projects

The purpose of this workbook is to guide students in creating a service program that will meet a community need and provide meaningful opportunities to a volunteer team. By breaking the process down into very simple steps, students can take practical steps to make their vision a reality. The questions in this workbook help prepare... Continue Reading →

“She Writes Comics” – Women in Comics

Currently, Stella's biggest ambition is to be an artist/illustrator and so I want her to have some strong role models who use art to make an impact.  Unfortunately, my initial search for women in art did not give me what I was looking for.

Then this morning I decided to look for "Documentaries about Art" on Netflix to see if there is anything that Stella can watch (and be interested in). I found She Writes Comics, a documentary that tells the unknown story of women in comics.

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