ELS Boston – Downtown Students Attend Boston GLOW Conference in Boston, Massachusetts 

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ELS/Boston – Downtown Students Attend Boston GLOW Conference

May 07, 2018 6:26 PM


ELS/Boston – Downtown’s female students attended and participated in Boston GLOW’s Career and Empowerment Conference.  

Boston GLOW is a non-profit organization that fosters opportunities for women of all ages to become empowered community leaders and active global citizens.
 
ELS/Boston – Downtown students from Cameroon, Colombia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, and Venezuela discussed women’s issues and how these issues have impacted their lives. During the conference, the students attended sessions on confidence building, career planning, speaking with success, becoming entrepreneurs, and capitalizing on setbacks. Speakers from American Confidence Institute, Wonder Works Coaching and Consulting, EmVision Productions, among others, led the women in workshops focusing on their own lives and planning for the future. 


The students were surrounded by powerful women from the Greater Boston area, all focused on ways to improve and enhance their lives and livelihoods. These young women were able to practice their English with native speakers in tangible and authentic ways.

About ELS/Boston – Downtown

ELS/Boston – Downtown has a robust student activities program that focuses on unique opportunities for speaking English with native speakers. Students in any program are welcome to attend these various opportunities to practice their English and prepare for their future.

ELS/Boston – Downtown is located in a fun, urban setting in the heart of Boston. The Boston Commons, Government Center, Theater District, and Chinatown are all within walking distance of the Center. To see some of these activities, search #ELSBostonDowntown on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!  

Learn more about ELS/Boston – Downtown!


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