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What Netflix’s ‘Sierra Burgess Is A Loser’ Can Teach Us About College and Real Life

By Christie Garton, Founder & CEO of the 1,000 Dreams Fund If you haven’t watched Netflix’s new rom-com Sierra Burgess is a Loser, you’re late to the party. But, that’s okay, because — as we know from the movie — most high school parties just lead to miserable drama anyway. While the movie wasn’t perfect

THE WINNERS ARE HERE! ANNOUNCING THE 1DF 2018 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

We couldn’t be more thrilled to announce our 2018 scholarship winners who represent a cross-section of impressive young women intent on making an impact on their communities and the world. The scholarship recipients were selected from a pool of more than 400 applicants! Congrats to the following recipients: Alexandria Butler, from Victoria, TX Alexandria Schmitt,

GIRL POWER! HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY FOR THE 1DF STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD

YOU GO GIRL! We want YOU as part of our 2018/2019 Student Advisory Board — and here’s why you should apply. The 1,000 Dreams Fund’s overall mission is to positively impact the lives of young women here in the U.S. – and the 1DF Student Advisory Board (SAB) helps make that happen with a group of

Game Time: 1DF celebrates our commitment to supporting women in gaming at E3 Expo!

At E3 2018 in Los Angeles, California, it was all fun and games—and gamers! Thanks to the support of the ESA Foundation, 1,000 Dreams Fund recently attended the 24th annual Electronic Entertainment Expo on June 12-14 that brings together the interactive entertainment industry’s top talent for three days of innovative new technologies, never-before-seen products, and

How to find your real-life Oprah — and why having a mentor can change your life

Oprah Winfrey is incomparable. She’s got an innate ability to inspire in a way that’s essentially unprecedented, which is why so many people (male and female!) think of her as a life coach. Sure, she’s speaking to millions of people across the globe, but somehow it feels personal. It feels like she’s tailored her words