On March 21st, 2015, MC student photographers volunteered at Performing Stars' event entitled “Enlighten – Young Women Exploring their Futures” during Women’s History Month in Marin City.The purpose was to connect professional women and teenage girls who live in low income areas of Marin County. Over 80 girls in the 5th to 12th grades attended. The majority live in Marin City, a primarily African American community in Marin County. Performing Stars of Marin is a non-profit organization founded in 1990. They provide access to professional training in the performing, visual and literary arts, as well as social skills and various enrichment opportunities for youth who are under-served due to economic, cultural or social barriers. Executive Director Felecia Gaston invited women she has met throughout the 25 years of Performing Stars: donors, supporters, volunteers, friends and acquaintances. The group included educators, heads of foundations, corporate executives, judges, attorneys, retail managers, entertainers, scientists, law enforcement officers, medical professionals and many others. The event program featured prominent local guest speakers Deborah Santana, philanthropist, CEO and founder of Do A Little Foundation; Cheryl Jennings, Anchor, KABC-TV; and many more. All of the 80 young girls were asked to complete a questionnaire before the event which outlined their career goals, interests and their strengths and weaknesses in school so that we can assist them in reaching their personal and academic goals. The girls and women were seated together in groups of ten which provided them an opportunity to share information, which was enlightening and rewarding for all.