Butterfly Effect Project founder and executive director Tjuana Fulford in the organization's new office. Photo: Denise Civiletti

The Butterfly Effect Project seeks sororities or fraternities to assist with a finishing class for girls. The program is asking for a 10-week commitment, with classes to be held once a week.

The goal is to teach the girls important social skills to feel comfortable and confident in different settings. They would learn skills such as: proper greetings and introductions, basic manners and table manners, conversation and listening skills, courtesy skills and more.

Social clubs that are interested my contact Tijuana Fulford, 631-591-0759 (tel:6315910759). Societies of HBCUs would be ideal, but are not essential.

For more information on The Butterfly Effect Project, visit bepgirls.org.

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