Javelina Spotlights Client AWEE

Client Spotlight: Arizona Women’s Education and Employment (AWEE) is proud to introduce….

Arizona Women’s Education and Employment (AWEE), Arizona’s preeminent career development organization, offers a diverse range of evidence-based training and support services throughout Maricopa and Yavapai counties.

AWEE believes that unlocking ones greatest professional goals and dreams should depend on skill and effort — and nothing else. Yet professional women know all too well that there are often invisible barriers, blockades and discrimination that block us from reaching the goal line. These can come from other people, the world in which we work, and sometimes they can come from inside ourselves.

We invite you to join the inaugural committee of SheLEADS: a high-impact network of talented, professional women seeking professional advancement and community change. Learn skills to help shape your success in our 21st century global economy, and meet others along the way.

Fundraising projects from SheLEADS will support AWEE programs including:

  • Case Management & Support Services
  • Career Services
  • Client Training Workshops & Educational Guidance
  • Focus on special populations returning to work and navigating career transitions
  • Arizona Women’s Education and Entrepreneur Center  Supporting the growth and development of women owned small business

To find out more about this exciting program and to submit your application visit awee.org/sheleads

Applications are due on Wednesday, December 23, 2015.

We look forward to reviewing your application.

Javi Javelina

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