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Our mission is to empower Guyanese women by connecting them with resources, mentors and networking opportunities to facilitate academic, career and business advancement. .
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The Guyana Cultural associated hosted its annual Folk Festival on September 4th at the Old Boys High School in Brooklyn, New York. GGR was happy to be one of vendors and a part of the festivities, which included entertainment, exhibitions, food booths, live music. The event was well attended which gives us an opportunity to raise funds and promote awareness of the Guyanese Girls Rock movement and scholarship. We would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth and … read more
On April 10th, the first Guyanese Girls Rock Scholarship award was presented to Kelly Hyles at the “Bridging the Gap” Millennial Conference in Brooklyn, New York. Kelly, a high school senior, was accepted to the top 8 Ivy League schools in the United States and was honor for academic excellence. She was presented with the Guyanese Girls Rock Certificate of Scholarship and a new Apple MacBook laptop computer by GGR’s Founder, Cloyette Harris-Stoute. Kelly was born in Georgetown, Guyana and in 2009 she migrated to … read more
Nothing says Summer in New York like an outdoor festival and yesterday the Cultural Association of New York Inc. held its annual Folk Festival & Family Fun Day at the Old Boys High School Grounds, Brooklyn, New York. Guyanese Girls Rock was happy to be a part of the festivities that included singing, dancing and musical performances. Proceeds from the sale of merchandise from the GGR booth will go toward the Guyanese Girls Rock Technology Scholarship Fund. You May Also Like GGR Founder Among 10 Guyanese … read more