WHW continues to provide employment success!
Maria Williams makes her debut at Women Helping Women/Men2Work as the Computer Labs Instructor.
mission of WHW
is to provide comprehensive employment support services to empower disadvantaged men, women and teens to achieve economic self sufficiency through employment success.
A testimonial from Trina Fleming of WHW – Women Helping Women/Men2Work…”I love working with Julie and JDP Photography! Julie knows how to make the process of capturing your best face a fun experience. She is a true professional and a real artist!”
In the first year of operation, 63 women were served. Since 1993, more than 40,000 men, women and teens have been given a helping hand in their efforts to overcome profound barriers in their quest to become economically self-sufficient. Today WHW (Women Helping Women/Men2Work) provides comprehensive employment support services for all disadvantaged men, women and teens, empowering them to achieve economic self sufficiency through employment success. What started as two survivors collecting clothes in their trunk for women in various shelters has turned into a full array of employment readiness services to support low-income job seekers in their journey to break the cycle of poverty and make a positive impact on generations to come.