The National Girls Self-Esteem Program

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Girls Self-Esteem Program
Upcoming Events
August 8, 2015
6pm Sacramento, CA


Pick out that afro and get those bell bottoms from the attic. It's time to hustle to the G-SEP Soul Train for our 8th Annual Girls Self-Esteem Program Graduation and Pageant Production. Come see California's most brilliant and talented girls and young ladies. Wear your best 70s attire for a chance to win prizes. Special appearances by Little Miss Capital City Supreme Queen Denver Russell, Shadora Sowells, Mini Miss Capital City, Miss Juneteenth Royalty, Miss Black Teen Sacramento, Miss Black Sacramento. Professional Dancer Anna Courter from New York, National and State Royalty Naya Chadwick, Gabrielle Griffiths, and Prima Ballerina NaTalia Johnson.

Enjoy special performances by Natalia Johnson Conservatory dancers, The Dream Girls, The Weather Girls, and Appearances by SWAGG, Strong Willed Abled Gallant Gentlemen Scholarship recipients. Doors open at 5:30pm 4625 44th St, Sacramento, CA 95820 Fruit Ridge Community Collaborative Theater Arts Center.



The Girls Self-Esteem Program (G-SEP) is a youth outreach program aimed at building self-esteem in girls and young ladies. 

G-SEP takes a personal approach to help girls ages 4-18 recognize and believe in their inner beauty.  Our mentoring program promotes self-confidence, public speaking, self-esteem and overall excellence!  By addressing issues ranging from peer pressure to body image, G-SEP participants learn the importance of carrying themselves with grace and dignity, with emphasis on the importance of self-respect and self-worth.   

Each girl is encouraged to make a commitment to excel in academics, physical fitness, as well as in civic and social involvement in their communities and schools.

G-SEP participants learn Verbal Judo, etiquette, beauty and how to cope with peer pressure.  Each queen must pledge to respect herself throughout her teen years and beyond.

G-SEP is self funded and led by female mentors, mothers, grandmothers, aunts and women who believe that girls benefit from positive female support, mentoring and socialization.  Fathers and positive male figures are incorporated into the program to reinforce the value of positive relationships with males, ranging from family dynamics to business and social interaction.

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