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A Shine Experience for All Ages

Whether you’re a young person, adult, parent, or educator, our self-discovery workshops and local events will help you discover who you are and how deciding to Shine will impact your corner of the world. Each of our hands-on programs, for people ages 5 – 95, help to unearth your SHINE (Strengths, Hobbies, Interests & Irritants, Needs, and Experiences). The more people discover about their SHINE, the better they can integrate what they learn into their daily lives. No matter which program you choose, it’s bound to be the most creative and memorable experience of your day. Discover the importance of living a life of Shine—sign up for a program today.

Youth Programs

Kids’ Storytime

Storytime events for kids invite children to learn about Shine through book characters, and engage their imagination to apply this knowledge to their own lives. Kids’ Storytime is for children ages 4 – 8.

Shineworks

If you’re looking for things to do with kids in DFW, Shineworks is where Do-It-Yourself crafts meet Random Acts of Kindness. Using household items, kids in grades 2-5 create one-of-a-kind crafts to share.

Journaling

Journaling is a powerful tool for unearthing your Shine by documenting your life. Workshops explore different journaling techniques — bullet journaling, free writing, list making, scrap journaling, and more. Designed for girls and women, ages 8+.

StrengthsExplorer

Using Gallup’s StrengthsExplorer, young people ages 11-14 learn their top three strengths and discover how to use them to make independent, confident decisions among friends, on school assignments, and when serving their community.

What’s Your SHINE?

Discover your Strengths, Hobbies, Interests & Irritants, Needs, and Experiences. These experiential learning workshops are designed for students of all ages to learn what Shines about them, in age-appropriate ways.

Be Do Share Holiday Fair

Artisans ages 8 – 18 are invited to share their talents and gifts by selling hand-crafted art at this annual holiday fair. Artisans donate 10% of their proceeds to the charity of their choice.

Let’s Talk About Things That Matter

This program gathers young people, business owners, educators, and community leaders to talk about important issues and solve problems facing the community.

Adult Programs

Rise & Shine

These monthly events focus on topics women of all ages care about. Uplifting experiences, lively tabletop discussions and door prizes assure that you will leave each session with new friends, new ideas, and new swag.

Discover Your Strengths

Using Gallup’s StrengthsFinder 2.0, this self-discovery workshop explores your top five strengths, and gives you practical strategies for using your strengths to enhance everything from productivity to happiness. You will leave feeling strong and confident.

Name Your Year

Whether your aspiration is personal or professional, this hands-on workshop will help you stop making a list of impossible goals each year, and instead focus your intention on one important thing, by naming your year.

Let’s Talk About Things That Matter

The Let’s Talk About Things That Matter program is a gathering for young people, business owners, educators, and community leaders to discuss important issues and solve problems facing the community, because that’s what leaders do.

Parent Programs

Last Lecture Series

Educators interact and connect with the young people in our communities daily. This program invites educators to select one powerful lecture topic to educate parents, sharing what we most need to know about young people.

Panel Discussions

When it comes to raising children, parents have no shortage of questions. Panel Discussions gather experts to present and answer questions on topics like technology, mental health, and preparing to leave home.
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“I met House of Shine during my sophomore year of high school. Although I was shy and quiet, my journal spoke for me. When I first met the leaders of the organization, this extension of my personality expressed the bolder side of myself. They immediately invited me to speak with them at a workshop for at-risk teen girls, which led to co-facilitating journaling workshops about the power of self-reflection, and speaking in front of 2,400 high schoolers about how journaling unearths my SHINE. I have since taught dozens of workshops independently, and have become a much more confident speaker and person.”

Amareesa R.