Young women can pass off many Personal Progress Experiences and Projects just by attending Time to Blossom Young Women Conference. Below is a list of goals the girls could have accomplished during this year’s conference.


Faith #3
Present a Family Home Evening lesson on any of the classes attended.

Good Works #6
Young women spent two hours serving at Feed My Starving Children. Each girl also had the chance to serve in their group by offering prayers, clearing lunch or dinner tables, and other general clean up.

Knowledge #2
Young women learned how to make tissue paper flowers, how to line dance, how to introduce themselves, and how to set a table. The girls also created a journal, participated in a song performance, learned new games, and learned general etiquette.

Divine Nature or Individual Worth (Elective)
Young women spent the week looking for character strengths of each girl in their group. They wrote those strengths on paper blossoms and shared them with each girl. In turn, they received blossoms with character strengths others saw in them.

Knowledge (Elective)
Share and record any of the specific subjects you learned about at the conference.

Divine Nature/Individual Worth/Choice & Accountability (Elective) 
Share and record about Finding Your One Word and/or your list of Life Goals.

Divine Nature/Individual Worth/Integrity (Elective)
Share or teach any of the following social skills you learned: Introduction Game, Modern Manners & Etiquette, Team Building, Clothed in Confidence (Modesty).


A 10-hour project under any value could be accomplished just by attending the conference. Young women just need to share and record in their journal (or workbook) any of the speakers’ talks, workshops, or activities they participated in during the week.