Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: College Women Guide High School Students (VOA)

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Halima Adenegan graduated from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Maryland. In 2012 — four years after she graduated — she started a program to help guide, or mentor, the young women in this high school. The name of the mentoring program is Imara Roose. Imara is Swahili for strong, and Roose is from part of the school’s name. The mentors are female college students. They give their time for free as big sisters and role models. Each week, the members of Imara Roose gather in a large group to discuss topics that interest them. They talk about physical fitness and being healthy, as well as social media and their self-image, or how they see themselves. Sometimes, they talk in smaller groups where a mentor answers their questions. On other occasions, students meet with just their mentor. Ms. Adenegan said these discussions are good for people who are shy or who have private questions. Ms. Adenegan said the high school women can feel comfortable in the group. They are free to discuss common issues, personal problems and the difficulty of being a teenager. Averi Millet participated in the program. She said the discussion on peer pressure was very useful. She said it helped her deal with many situations. The Imara Roose groups also help high school seniors with their college and future plans. They work on applying to college and developing their careers.
Halima Adenegan will graduate soon from law school. She said she wants more college students to start groups like Imara Roose.

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