In the vibrant landscape of Miami Beach and Palm Beach, the annual Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program Rosé Day stands as a significant event, leaving an indelible mark on the lives of at-risk girls. Founded in 1997 by Television Journalist Jennifer Valoppi and co-founded with Don Browne, retired Telemundo Network President, Women of Tomorrow strives to make a positive impact on the lives of young women in 119 public high schools across Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.
Empowering Through Mentorship and Scholarships:
The cornerstone of the Women of Tomorrow initiative is its Mentor & Scholarship Program, meticulously designed to inspire, motivate, and empower at-risk young women. The program achieves this through a unique mentoring system that pairs these young women with accomplished professionals. Currently, Women of Tomorrow mentors approximately 3,700 at-risk girls in 193 public high schools across South Florida, Metropolitan Detroit, and Greater Philadelphia, fostering personal and academic growth.
Proven Impact and Recognition:
Extensive research reveals the positive outcomes of the Women of Tomorrow program, with mentees experiencing increased self-esteem, a remarkable 95% high school graduation rate, and enhanced academic performance each year. Over the years, Women of Tomorrow has awarded close to $5 million in college scholarships to over 1,700 mentees, providing tangible pathways to higher education. The program’s impactful contributions have earned it recognition on the floor of the U.S. Congress eight times and a consistent 4-Star Charity rating by Charity Navigator for four consecutive years, placing Women of Tomorrow in the top 9% of rated charities nationwide.