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THE MSK CALL TO ACTION

My Sister’s Keeper (MSK) is a New York City Department of Education Initiative to promote gender equity, empower and engage girls and young women in grades 4-12, including cisgender, transgender, gender expansive, and any other students who identify with the terms
“girl“ or “women.”

THE MSK VISION

Change life outcomes for girls and young women of color, build safe and supportive
communities where girls feel valued and create clear pathways to opportunity

THE MSK MISSION

Our mission is to bring together diverse groups of youth and provide them with access to experiences that build confidence, strengthen community and sisterhood, celebrate
greatness and further our goals of equity and inclusion. Consistent with DOE policy, all
interested students in grades 4-12 are welcome to join.

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    Getting a Healthy Start and Entering School Ready to Learn

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    Completing Post Secondary Education or Training

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    Reading at Grade Level by Third Grade

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    Successfully Entering the Workforce

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    Graduating from High School Ready for College and Career

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    Keeping Kids on Track and Giving them Second Chances

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    NYC Great!

    NYC GREAT! helps young women become architects of their own future—such as making college and career choices. The goal is to have them consider, “Why settle for average when I can be GREAT?”

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    GEM

    Girls Empowerment Movement seeks to improve the lives of girls and young women.

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    NYC MSK

    NYC My Sister’s Keeper is focused on programs for girls and young women of color to support their achievement and success.

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