Supporting community is integral to the SENG Mission. The opportunity to learn from others in a SENG Model Parent Groups (SMPG), to share experiences via SENG Connect or to make new friends at Conference provides gifted individuals with a sense of acceptance and normalcy that they may not otherwise experience.
Articles from the SENG Library
Karen Kliethermes began her talk, Messages from the Earth, with a passionate plea to better listen to the natural world (2018). As a highly gifted young adult launching a career as an artist, Reiki practitioner and educator; she is also equal parts vegan eco-activist...read more
Directors’ Corner: How Do We Celebrate Diversity: Recognize, Appreciate, and Validate Multiculturalism
by Kristina Henry Collins Greetings and Happy Black History Month! As February comes to an end, many of us are closing out the month with grand finales of our individual, organizational, and/or collective celebrations of the contributions that African Americans have...read more
by Jennifer Cammel I remember when I was first told about the distinction between introverts and extroverts. It was in my seventh grade gifted class called Discover. Our teacher handed us a sheet of traits and told us to check the ones that we felt were most closely...read more