More than 100 high school girls came to the StubHub Center in Carson, California, this month for a mentorship and leadership workshop summit by the L.A. Galaxy Foundation and Southern New Hampshire University.
The event, dubbed the LA Galaxy High School Girls Summit, was the third event in the LA Galaxy’s Women’s Leadership Series that has invited girls and women ranging from elementary school to established professionals to network with one another.
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The event, presented by the Office of Alumni Engagement and SNHU Business Programs, provided an overview of how these women got to where they are and how they lead others.
John Roos '18 wanted to work at a historic site since he was 10 years old and visited Gettysburg. Without a college degree, he found himself making good money but at a job he didn't enjoy.