The mission of The Empowerment Workshop is to EDUCATE, EMPOWER & INSPIRE Youth by raising awareness, developing communication skills & cultivating confidence.

The right to fact based, unbiased information...

Established in 2006, The Empowerment Workshop, believes that young people have the right to unbiased, fact based information about their bodies and the topics that impact their lives, even when those topics are uncomfortable. Through our workshops, we equip youth with knowledge and confidence, which empowers them to speak their mind, even if they are scared, demand respect from others and stand up to injustice, and go into the world with the power to make a difference for themselves and for others.

Education & Awareness...

We equip participants with confidence by providing fact based, unbiased education. We believe all people have the right to information about the issues that directly impact their lives, bodies, development and future. Several topics we cover in our empowerment workshops can be uncomfortable and we approach these issues, such as comprehensive sex education or depression, with deep respect for individual experience and possible triggers.

Connecting with Nature...

The Empowerment Workshop also offers a variety of programs outside of our original 8-10 week empowerment workshop including nature based programs and wilderness adventures, where participants have the opportunity to feel peace, and connect with nature. All programs include conversations around building confidence and offer respect to the individual.

Courage & Confidence...

The Empowerment Workshop wishes you: Courage to walk your own path and follow your heart. Confidence to walk with your head held high, making eye contact and feeling good about who you are. Joy and laughter in fun, healthy friendships. Memories that make you smile. Success in wherever you put forth your efforts and passions. May you find ways to step out of your comfort zones, and learn that this is where you will grow and find what makes you shine.

HERE’S TO GOOD PEOPLE. May we know them.
May we be them. May we raise them.