Sal Nakhlawi


BEGINNING THIS WEEK, certified coach Sal Nakhlawi, a 2019 Middlebury College graduate, is hosting Workout Wednesdays — a weekly 45-minute workout for girls in grades 6-8. It is offered through the Sister-to-Sister Program.
MIDDLEBURY — The Sister-to-Sister Program at Middlebury College is inviting all middle school and sixth-grade girls to four Workout Wednesdays starting on April 7 and continuing April 14, 21 and 28. All workouts will take place from 7 to 7:45 p.m. Directed by female-identified college students, Sister-to-Sister aims to support students in sixth through eighth grades to reach their fullest potential. During the pandemic, the program has switched to an online format and teamed up with certified coach Sal Nakhlawi. Since graduating from Middlebury College in 2019, Nakhlawi has founded StrongHER...

SAL NAKHLAWI WILL lead a series of virtual “beat the COVID blues” workout sessions to participants in Middlebury College’s Sister-to-Sister program this November. Nakhlawi, a Middlebury College graduate, is the founder of StrongHER Girls.
MIDDLEBURY — The COVID-19 crisis cannot keep Middlebury College’s Sister-to-Sister program down. In its effort to connect with 6th graders and middle schoolers, the group mentoring program is going virtual this fall. On Oct. 24 from 2 to 3 p.m., the program will kick off with a Zoom event with ice breakers and mini-games so participants get to know each other. They will also have a conversation about feminism and what it means to students All female-identifying and non-binary students in grades 6-8 are welcome to join. Sign up for the event at go.middlebury.edu/signupsts.  In November, Sister...

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