Monday, November 23, 2009

GED Success Program Project























I did a pro bono job for the GED Success Program last month: key fob, poster and shirts. Fun, and for a good cause: to promote a workshop and encourage female students to shake off the stupid stereotype that they can't 'do math.'

9 comments:

billspaintingmn said...

Cool Artwork Chrissie!
I think it's great you got involved with something you feel
strongly about.
Stereotypes are for folks that want to ignore the truth, or sweep
it under a rug.
I also think it's great you encourage women to persevere!
Keep on

Chrissie A said...

Thanks a lot, Bill! I like your thoughts on stereotypes; my feeling exactly.

The folks at the GED program do great work, and I was really pleased to be able to be a part of it.

Anonymous said...

Yippie! Very fun. I'll be on the watch to purchase a t-shirt! :-) Thanks for your good works! Diana G.

Chrissie A said...

Why thank you, Ms. G! 'Tis always a treat when you stop by my blog! :D

billspaintingmn said...

Happy Thanksgiving Chrissie!

Chrissie A said...

Thank you, Bill! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. :)

Maria said...

Hi Chrissie,

What a great image you created.
Do you know that I have a similarly themed website: www.TheMathMom.com that illuminates and demystifies mathematics for women presenting it as cool, non-intimidating and fun. We should keep in touch for any potential future collaboration.
best!
Maria, TheMathMom

Chrissie A said...

Hi Maria! Thank you for your comment, and for the link to your site! I am sharing it with the GED folks; I'm sure they'll find it interesting!

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