Owlette Program: August Owlette Spotlight on Success

Owlette Program: August Owlette Spotlight on Success

Our Owlette Program is the foundation of Origami Owl® and we’re so proud to share the success of our young Owlettes!

This month’s Owlette Spotlight on Success is Owlette team Shelby Stevenson and Skylar and Ashton Schwartz who quadruple-promoted to Senior Team Leader in August!

Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Being an Owlette builds confidence and gets them out of their comfort zone, while setting goals and getting recognized for their efforts. Our Owlettes are making a difference in the lives of others and their own.

Here’s this incredible Owlette team’s story.

Shelby started her O2 journey in June of 2017, and Owlettes Skylar and Ashton quickly followed in January and February of 2018.

“I joined Origami Owl during the ‘Freedom + Summer Funds’ promotion for $2 to make extra income to feed our chicken habit,” shares Shelby. “We raise pet chickens and they became quite addicting! We started with two chickens and at one point had over 30 chickens!”

When they’re not busy raising chickens, Shelby, Skylar and Ashton enjoy working their O2 business together and hosting Jewelry Bars®.

Quadruple Promoting to Senior Team Leader

“Skylar and Ashton both played a huge role in helping us quadruple-promote to Senior Team Leader in August,” shares Shelby. “They both hosted Jewelry Bars in August. Skylar hosted an online Jewelry Bar and Ashton hosted an in-home/online Jewelry Bar.”

Skylar and Ashton also did a couple of Facebook Lives together to promote their O2 business.

They continue to work their O2 business every single day.

“Ashton and Skylar pass out Take Out Menus at school and everywhere they go,” says Shelby. “Ashton constantly wears her Locket everywhere she goes, and Skylar is always sharing her ‘why.’ Ashton donated meal-worms to her school as a science project to be a Force For Good® and Skylar has even hosted a team meeting for us via Facebook Messenger chat.”

Why They Joined Origami Owl and the Owlette Program

Speaking of their ‘why.’ Shelby shares that Skylar wanted to become an Owlette because she loved our mission to be a Force For Good.

“Skylar had been bullied in school and loved the mission that O2 stands for,” shares Shelby. “Origami Owl gives her something to keep her mind off being bullied. It gives her something to look forward to and is a way for her to share her story with others.”

Ashton joined as an Owlette, so she could spend more time with her mom and Skylar.

“Ashton has ADHD and Autism,” shares Shelby. “Origami Owl keeps her mind focused.”

Tips for Success

Ashton and Skylar believe the best tips they can give other Owlettes and Owlette teams are:

  1. Share your “why.”
  2. Stay focused and positive.
  3. Never give up hope.
  4. Always find the best in every situation.
  5. Always wear your jewelry because you never know who’s looking.
  6. Be brave and do a Facebook Live – it truly does help!
  7. Create a vision board – it gives you motivation to stay focused.
  8. Always smile and be a Force For Good.

Get Connected to the Owlette Program

If you’re part of an Owlette team and haven’t yet joined our O2 Owlettes Facebook group, what are you waiting for? Our Owlette Facebook group gives our Owlettes the chance to regularly interact with each other, receive personal messages from Origami Owl Co-Founder Bella Weems-Lambert, and get tips and training to grow their Origami Owl businesses!

Have an Owlette success spotlight story you’d like featured in an upcoming Hoot email? Email us at Recognition@OrigamiOwl.com.

New Rewards + Recognition Added to Owlette Program

New Rewards + Recognition Added to Owlette Program

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Our Owlette Program is one of Origami Owl®’s foundational programs – and we’re proud to add a few new enhancements to make it even more rewarding for our 11-to-17-year-olds who start their businesses with an adult.

Take a peek at what’s new with the Owlette Program below:

>> Here’s the Owlette Achievement Program flyer you can print and share with your Owlette teams. <<

Owlette Achievement Program

August 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019

The Owlette Program is committed to living out the pillars of the Origami Owl mission: to be a Force For Good®; to love, inspire and motivate people of all ages to reach their dreams and empower them to make a difference in the lives of others. The four pillars that form the foundation of the Owlette experience are: sales, sponsoring, personal development and being a Force For Good.

This new achievement program is kind of like the Girl Scouts program; it starts the moment someone becomes an Owlette, and they will then have the opportunity to earn Charms throughout every year they are in the Owlette Program. We will be adding new Charms to achieve each year. The first Charm they get is their Owlette Charm and the final Charm will be their Graduation Cap.

For each pillar of the business and mission that’s achieved during the year, Owlettes will earn an exclusive piece of jewelry to include in a special look.

Please note, these recognition items will be awarded every year on stage at The O2 Experience. Those who are unable to attend will receive the items in the mail following the event.

Here’s how it works*:

Light Turquoise Twist Living Locket™ Face + Silver Inscriptions® Base and Ball Station Chain – represents making a difference in the lives of others.

  • How to Earn It: Generate 250 PV in two, consecutive months by hosting two Jewelry Bars®: one must be an in-home Jewelry Bar while the other can be a second in-home or a virtual Jewelry Bar. Plus, help someone join your team and when they generate 100 PV, you’ll earn the entire look!

Owlette Charm – represents our unique program focused on empowering our youth. You’ll receive this shortly after you enroll with an existing Designer or start your Origami Owl business.

Live Sparkly® Swarovski® Multicolor Stardust – represents being a Force For Good and sprinkling kindness – like stardust – in our communities.

  • How to Earn It: You must take a leadership role in a project focused on giving back to an organization or helping others.
  • How to Submit: Email a few paragraphs about what you did, what you learned from the experience and what it meant to be part of this project to Owlettes@OrigamiOwl.com.

Notebook with Aqua Pen Charm – represents to “love, inspire and motivate” people of all ages.

  • How to Earn It: You must lead a team meeting in-person, and one more through an online event, such as Facebook, where you share a presentation. You must also learn to recite the Origami Owl mission from memory.
  • How to Submit: Email a video of your Owlette/BRO presenting at their meeting and reciting the mission statement to Owlettes@OrigamiOwl.com.

Light Turquoise Arrow Charm – represents “go in the direction of your dreams.”

  • How to Earn It: Create a vision board capturing all of your hopes, goals and dreams.
  • How to Submit: Email a video or a picture and a few paragraphs to Owlettes@OrigamiOwl.com describing your vision and the steps you plan to take to reach them.

Exclusive Pink Ombre Sparkly Heart Charm – represents personal growth.

  • How to Earn It: You must attend two out of the four Owlette Personal Development Zoom sessions.
  • How to Submit: Email a few paragraphs listing the sessions you participated in, which personal development session most influenced you, and share a few details about it, including the date, topic and how you’re applying the lesson to Owlettes@OrigamiOwl.com.

*Please note, only one exclusive jewelry piece will be awarded per activity achieved during your time as an Owlette. Rewards period is August 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019 regardless of join date.

Two New Charms Created By Owlettes

We received so many touching submissions and ideas for potential Charms and decided to create TWO! We revealed these two beautiful Charms at The O2 Experience and recognized MeKendra Sloan for sketching a Flower with a pinwheel-like design of colors representing “different cancers and a crystal in the middle to represent the light in times of darkness.” Elizabeth Hendrickson and Isabella Weihbrecht both submitted two hands creating a heart to symbolize “O2 and how it brings together people of all races and backgrounds with everyone being equally loved.”

The Force For Good Flower Charm will give back 100% of the profits to Camp Sunshine, a non-profit organization that covers the expenses of bringing children with life-threatening illnesses and their families to a safe, supportive, healing environment for a week of friendships and fun.

Elizabeth and Isabella’s Charm will launch with our Fall/Winter 2018 Collection on August 1.

New “BRO Squad” Added

We have so many 11-to-17-year-old boys who’ve joined Origami Owl and want to belong to a brotherhood that feels current and fun. Owlette Council Member Jaden Saysanam suggested creating the “BRO Squad” and we couldn’t agree more! “BRO” stands for “Boys Representing Origami Owl.” Keep an eye out for BRO Squad-branded apparel and more to support this OWL-some group of guys!

New, Owlette Education Award

We want to support our Owlettes and “BROs” whose goals are to continue their education at a university or technical school once they graduate from high school. That’s why we are thrilled to share our new, annual Owlette Education Award. We will recognize two Owlette recipients on stage at 2019 Convention and each will receive a check for $2,000 to put toward their continuing education costs. Please note, you must be a current Owlette to qualify.

Keep an eye out for more details on how Owlettes in 2018 can apply for this incredible award!

Owlette Graduation: What’s Next?

When our Owlettes graduate from the program at age 18, they have the chance to continue their Origami Owl journey in several ways.

Here’s a quick update on the new choices available to our graduating Owlettes:

Owlettes three options when they graduate from the Owlette Program:

  • They may create a new Independent Designer account and will have the option to purchase a Starter Kit for only $49 for the new account (effective August 1, 2018), or they can create their own account without the Starter Kit (the Starter Kit is optional).
  • The account on which they were listed as an Owlette/Co-Applicant may be transferred to them by the parent/legal guardian with whom they were working. (This option is for those Owlettes whose parent/legal guardian will separate from the account and the Owlette will become the Mentor.)
  • If they prefer to become an Independent Designer under the same account, the account must be converted to an LLC or other form of business entity.

We’re so proud of how our Owlette Program is growing and we can’t wait to see whooo you introduce it to next!

Owlette Program: June Owlette Spotlight on Success

Owlette Program: June Owlette Spotlight on Success

When 14-year-old Bella Weems approached her mom, Chrissy, wanting a Jeep when she turned 16, her mom encouraged her to start a business and earn it.

That is the inspiration behind our Owlette Program. Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Being an Owlette builds confidence and gets them out of their comfort zone, while setting goals and getting recognized for their efforts. Our Owlettes are making a difference in the lives of others and their own.

And, this month’s Owlette Spotlight on Success is on the eight Owlettes who are graduating at this year’s annual convention, the 2018 O2 Experience!

June’s Owlette Spotlight on Success:

We have eight OWL-mazing Owlettes whooo are graduating at this year’s convention! These Owlettes will be recognized during a mini graduation where they’ll get to shine bright as they walk across the main stage to get their certificates.

Congratulations to the following graduating Owlettes!

Here are their tips for other Owlettes:

Shelby Autry

“Do what you love and love what you do,” shares Shelby. “Don’t let anyone keep you from flying.”

 

Jill Cava

“To be successful, you have to have your heart in your business and in your story, no matter how small you may think your story is,” shares Jill. “Everyone’s story is important!”

 

 

 

Madison Colbeck

“If you get tired,” says Madison. “Learn to rest, not to quit!”

 

 

Reanna Marthaler

“Really listen and empathize with your Customers when they tell their story,” shares Reanna. “One of the biggest benefits to being in this business is the emotional connection you can form with your Customers; you’ll never forget the first time you put together a Locket with someone!”

 

 

 

Riley Miller

“Don’t be afraid! Go out there and talk to everyone,” shares Riley. “Show the jewelry off and people are more likely to buy from you if you are telling them about it and you sound excited.”

 

 

 

MeKendra Sloan

“Never give up, no matter how hard things might be,” says MeKendra. “Sometimes things aren’t easy and don’t go as planned, but remember setbacks build character and determination. If you stick with it and ride the waves out, everything will be just fine – I promise. Always remember, there’s always someone willing to help you and cheer you on.”

 

 

 

 

Ally Hasenauer

 

Gabriela Yoma

 

The O2 Experience Workshop

These Owlettes are also invited to attend the ‘Graduating Owlettes’ meeting at The O2 Experience convention on Thursday, July 26 from 11-11:25 a.m. During this meeting, we’ll discuss the three options Owlettes have after graduating, plus answer any questions. We’ll also have two, former Owlettes on-hand, Samantha Brantley and Megan Hendrickson, who have successfully transitioned out of the Owlette Program and taken two different directions – one formed an LLC with her mom and the other separated and built her own team. These two Owlettes are wonderful resources for our graduating Owlettes!

Here are the three options graduating Owlettes have:

  1. They may create a new Independent Designer account and will have the option to purchase a Starter Kit for only $49 for the new account (effective August 1, 2018), or they can create their own account without the Starter Kit (the Starter Kit is optional).
  2. The account on which they were listed as an Owlette/Co-Applicant may be transferred to them by the parent/legal guardian with whom they were working. (This option is for those Owlettes whose parent/legal guardian will separate from the account and the Owlette will become the Mentor.)
  3. If they prefer to become an Independent Designer under the same account, the account must be converted to an LLC or other form of business entity.

About the Owlette Program

Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Our Owlettes grow their self-confidence, make new friends and help others tell their stories through customizable, meaningful jewelry – all why running a business alongside their parent or other adult. We are committed to empowering our youth because we wholeheartedly believe that they are the future!

If you’re part of an Owlette team and haven’t yet joined our O2 Owlettes Facebook group, what are you waiting for? Our Owlette Facebook group gives our Owlettes the chance to regularly interact with each other, receive personal messages from Origami Owl Co-Founder Bella Weems-Lambert, and get tips and training to grow their Origami Owl businesses!

Have an Owlette success spotlight story you’d like featured in an upcoming Hoot email? Email us at Recognition@OrigamiOwl.com.

Owlette Program: March Owlette Spotlight on Success

Owlette Program: March Owlette Spotlight on Success

When 14-year-old Bella Weems approached her mom, Chrissy, wanting a Jeep when she turned 16, her mom encouraged her to start a business and earn it.

That is the inspiration behind our Owlette Program. Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Being an Owlette builds confidence, gets them out of their comfort zone while setting goals and getting recognized for their efforts. Our Owlettes are making a difference in the lives of others and their own.

And, this month’s Owlette Spotlight on Success is on Owlette team Ria Smith and Bella Mastenbrook!

Meet: March’s Owlette Spotlight on Success

We had 162 new Owlette teams join in March! Hoot Hoot! We LOVE our Owlette Program and are so happy to see new teams join this incredible program.

And, in March, one of the 162 new Owlette teams, Ria Smith and Bella Mastenbrook, triple promoted to Team Leader!

They joined on March 15, during our special Owlette team offer promotional period, and hit the ground running immediately.

“It’s been a whirlwind since we joined. Our leader and Mentor, Team Manager Kate Weiss, has been instrumental in guiding and educating our entire family. We truly appreciate working with her!”

Ria and Bella started their O2 journey because they were looking for a young entrepreneurship program.

“As a mom, that truly impressed me. For Bella, it was the opportunity to have her own business, work and earn her own spending money and set financial goals, and for the two of us to spend family time together building something valuable.”

Ria and Bella’s goal after joining was to reach people with a product that had personal meaning and was enjoyable. They loved the idea of giving other families the opportunity to spend time together and teach valuable life skills like entrepreneurship.

“When we realized that Team Leader was possible, we set that goal and were determined to reach it! Our future goal is clearer now that we understand the business better, but we know that our enthusiasm and belief in Origami Owl will give us the opportunity to keep bringing people to the business opportunity, as well as the product.”

They encourage other Owlette teams to believe in what they have to offer others and the value of the product they’re selling.

“Listen to your child’s ideas so you can collaborate and truly make it a team effort.”

Ria and Bella are thankful that Origami Owl took their beginnings and turned it into an opportunity for youth to be able to build a business with their family and Mentor.

“We are very much looking forward to this journey, all the jewelry and the opportunity to share it with others! We love the training and support we’ve received, the enthusiasm from everyone we encounter on our team and The Nest, that both of my daughters get to ask Bella questions on conference calls and of course, the jewelry. There are so many new launches that it’s fresh. The tech support and design make it almost effortless for us.”

And, their favorite jewelry so far? While Ria and Bella both love the Rose Gold Collection within the Mother’s Day Collection, Ria’s favorite piece of jewelry is a ring her two daughters created just for her. And, Bella loves her Silver Bar Living Locket that her Mentor, Kate, made for her.

Reminder: Owlettes Graduating the Owlette Program

Our annual The O2 Experience convention is only four months away, and that means it’s time for our Owlettes to “officially” graduate from the Owlette Program!

If your Owlette is turning 18 any time in 2018, or, your Owlette graduated from the program any time in the last five years, but hasn’t had the opportunity to make it, we would like to recognize them!  Please follow these steps so we can make sure to recognize your Owlette this year.

We honor each Owlette individually by letting them shine bright as they walk across the big stage to get their certificate. It really is their time to shine for all their accomplishments!

The deadline to submit your Owlette’s information is May 18 at 11:59 p.m. CT.

About the Owlette Program

Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Our Owlettes grow their self-confidence, make new friends and help others tell their stories through customizable, meaningful jewelry – all why running a business alongside their parent or other adult. We are committed to empowering our youth because we wholeheartedly believe that they are the future!

If you’re part of an Owlette team and haven’t yet joined our O2 Owlettes Facebook group, what are you waiting for? Our Owlette Facebook group gives our Owlettes the chance to regularly interact with each other, receive personal messages from Origami Owl Co-Founder Bella Weems-Lambert, and get tips and training to grow their Origami Owl businesses!

Have an Owlette success spotlight story you’d like featured in an upcoming Hoot email? Email us at Recognition@OrigamiOwl.com.

Owlette Program: February Owlette Spotlight on Success

Owlette Program: February Owlette Spotlight on Success

When 14-year-old Bella Weems approached her mom, Chrissy, wanting a Jeep when she turned 16, her mom encouraged her to start a business and earn it.

That is the inspiration behind our Owlette Program. Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Being an Owlette builds confidence, gets them out of their comfort zone while setting goals and getting recognized for their efforts. Our Owlettes are making a difference in the lives of others and their own. And, this month’s Owlette Spotlight on Success embodies just that.

We’re so excited to introduce the new members of our 2018 Owlette Council!

Meet: February’s Owlette Spotlight on Success

2018 Owlette Council Members

Thank you to all the Owlettes and Alumni who sent in their submissions to participate on the Owlette Council! The team at The Nest looked closely at each submission. There were so many wonderful ones that ultimately, it came down to the submissions that were focused on how they could help enhance the Owlette Program and engage other Owlettes. The Owlette Council is a one-year term, so we highly encourage those who weren’t selected to try again next year!

Congratulations to the following Owlettes who are our new 2018 Owlette Council members!

  1. Evelyn Atkinson
  2. Skylar Boissonnault
  3. Phoebe Davis
  4. Annette Enciso
  5. Kaylah Kauffmann
  6. Marlowe Kemp
  7. Madison Maher
  8. Jaden Saysanam
  9. Mekendra Sloan
  10. Samantha Brantley – Alumni
  11. Megan Hendrickson – Alumni
  12. EJ Sibug – Alumni

The Owlette Council gives Owlettes the opportunity to serve their peers in the Owlette Program and provide youthful perspective which is important to developing a strong program. Owlette Council members represent their fellow Owlettes while making a difference and gaining leadership skills.

We’re so proud of this year’s Council members and know they’re going to make a positive impact on the Owlette Program!

Owlettes Graduating the Owlette Program

The 2018 annual convention – the O2 Experience – is only four months away {it’ll be here before you know it!}, and that means it’s time for our Owlettes to “officially” graduate from the Owlette Program!

If your Owlette is turning 18 any time in 2018, or, you had an Owlette graduate from the program any time in the last five years, but haven’t had the opportunity to make it convention so we could recognize them, please follow these steps so we can make sure to recognize them this year.

We honor each Owlette individually by letting them shine bright as they walk across the big stage to get their certificate. It really is their time to shine for all their accomplishments!

The deadline to submit your Owlette’s information is April 30 at 11:59 p.m. CT.

About the Owlette Program

Our Owlette Program teaches young girls and boys, youth ages 11-17, entrepreneurial and life skills. Our Owlettes grow their self-confidence, make new friends and help others tell their stories through customizable, meaningful jewelry – all while running a business alongside their parent or other adult. We are committed to empowering our youth because we wholeheartedly believe that they are the future!

If you’re part of an Owlette team and haven’t joined our O2 Owlettes Facebook group, yet, what are you waiting for? Our Owlette Facebook group gives our Owlettes the chance to regularly interact with each other, receive personal messages from Origami Owl Co-Founder Bella Weems-Lambert, and get tips and training to grow their Origami Owl businesses!

Have an Owlette success spotlight story you’d like featured in an upcoming Hoot email? Email us at Recognition@OrigamiOwl.com.

Owlette Program: January Owlette Spotlight on Success

Owlette Program: January Owlette Spotlight on Success

When 14-year-old Bella Weems approached her mom, Chrissy, wanting a Jeep when she turned 16, her mom encouraged her to start and business and earn it.

Our Owlette Program is founded on this principle, and this month’s Owlette Spotlight on Success features some of our OWLmazing Owlettes who attended the L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp at the 2018 L.E.A.D. O2 Empowerment Summit.

Meet: January’s Owlette Spotlight on Success

Owlette Jaden Saysanam, 13, and his mom, Krista Saysanam, Senior Director, have been working their O2 business together since Jaden was eight-years-old. Jaden would help his mom put labels on Take Out Menus and with packing and unpacking for Jewelry Bars® and events. He officially became an Owlette/Prince Charming last year on his 12th birthday!

“My favorite part about Hoot Camp was being recognized on stage at the Masquerade Party and during general session. It was fun sharing about the Owlette Program and our Force For Good® project with the Designers in the audience. Not a lot of kids my age get to do things like this and be recognized on stage for it. That’s what makes it fun and cool. I learned how to be more confident when speaking in front of people and how to properly present my business and what to say to Customers. I also learned how to make fleece tie blankets. I am proud to be an Owlette/Prince Charming because I see what my mom does and I want to support her. I enjoy spending time with my mom.”

Owlette William DeCoursey, 15, and his mom, Carmen DeCoursey, Executive Team Leader, have been working their O2 business together since 2015.

“I had a great time at L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp! One of my favorite things was being a part of our Force For Good project and making blankets for the kids at the shelter. I loved getting one-on-one time with Bella and Yvette, and Yvette helped me with my opening speech about my business and how to tell my story. We worked on communication and public speaking, and I got to go on stage, along with my fellow Owlettes, and talk more about our Force For Good project! I’m excited about the new Owlette 2.0 Program, and I’m definitely excited about the Destination Disney Trip and the Owlette Disney Tracker!”

Owlette Keyla Blanco, 15, and her mom, Orfa Rodriguez-Blanco, Executive Team Manager, have been working their O2 business together for two years and four months.

“My favorite part was making blankets for the kids at the shelter.  It was a good feeling knowing that we were being a Force For Good and providing a blanket for a child in need. I loved spending time with Bella and Dallin, too.  I made new friends, and I’m looking forward to seeing them at Convention. L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp was incredible.”

Owlette Kaylah Kauffmann, 15, and her mom, Krysti Kauffmann, Team Leader, have been working their O2 business together for almost three years. {Their OWLiversary is February 23!}

“L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp was an amazing experience! It was awesome talking with Bella and Yvette; I learned so much! I learned how to improve my public speaking skills and how to look confident. It was also a lot of fun making blankets for kids in shelters. My favorite part was going up on stage and speaking to everyone using my new public speaking skills and telling them all about the L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp experience. I also really enjoyed when Bella and Dallin got us ice cream. Being with them, in a social setting, gave us time to really get to know them and become closer as a group. Additionally, being around people who are successful makes me want to be just as, or even more, successful.”

L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp

The Owlettes who attended L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp participated in filming a video that will be created for Owlettes. They also made fleece tie blankets for children at the Children’s Shelter of San Antonio, Texas. Our OWLmazing Designers donated the fleece for the blankets! Origami Owl also donated Lockets for the children and extra fleece and supplies so the children would be able to make their very own blankets and have an activity to do while at the shelter.

The Owlettes also put together an incredible presentation about their Force For Good® activity to help build awareness for the Children’s Shelter. Each Owlette presented on stage with Bella and Yvette Dickson about their Force For Good activity. They practiced and even got individual one-on-coaching on their public speaking skills beforehand.

Last, but certainly not least, the Owlettes also enjoyed more training, lots of sharing and ice cream with Bella and her husband Dallin.

The following Owlettes attended L.E.A.D. Hoot Camp:

Abby Head

Ania Manzilla

Bianca Gomez

Evelyn Atkinson

Jaden Saysanam

Jaymee Gomez

Kaylah Kauffmann

Keyla Blanco

Lindsey Mester

Mark Lowe

Micah Boyatt

William DeCoursey

About the Owlette Program

The Owlette Program, for youth 11-17, teaches young girls and boys entrepreneurial and life skills, and helps them spend quality time with their parent or other adult.

If you’re part of an Owlette team and haven’t yet joined our O2 Owlettes Facebook group, what are you waiting for? Our Owlette Facebook group gives our Owlettes the chance to regularly interact with each other, receive personal messages from Origami Owl Co-Founder Bella Weems-Lambert, and get tips and training to grow their Origami Owl businesses!

Have an Owlette success spotlight story you’d like featured in an upcoming Hoot email? Email us at Recognition@OrigamiOwl.com.