Female Empowerment and Community Change


About WYSE

A Curriculum-Based Mentorship Program

Founded at UCLA in 1992, Women and Youth Supporting Each Other (WYSE) strives to provide the resources and support necessary to empower young women to make confident, informed life decisions and community change. WYSE now has 11 branches at universities across the country, including George Washington University's branch founded in 2013. As a program created by women for women, WYSE’s curriculum-based mentorship program facilitates a unique space for mentees to grow and develop in ways not offered through their traditional schooling.

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Group Sessions

Empowering Discussions and Activities



One-On-One Pairings


Special Events

Outside the Classroom Learning and Engagement

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WYSE National

Learn more about WYSE national, other WYSE branches, and the history of the organization.

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Contact GWU Women and Youth Supporting Each Other

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