Currently, WISE is conducting six major programs through partnership and collaboration with Asian, African and Latino agencies in areas of leadership, health and economic self sufficiency.

 Girls Getting Ahead in Leadership (GGAL)
GGAL provides an opportunity for 7th-12th grade immigrant & refugee girls to prepare for college, improve academic skills, and build leadership skills with other girls facing similar challenges.

GGAL Alumnae Program
GGAL Alumnae serves immigrant women and girls who are actively pursing some form of continuing education (college, adult education, GED completion). This program helps the participants be successful in continuing their education beyond high school through workshops, mentor interactions, and one-on-one support. 

Financial Literacy Initiative for Immigrants and Refugees (FLII/R)
The principal goal of the Financial Literacy Initiative is to improve the economic conditions of immigrant/refugee families by providing them with information and skills needed to achieve economic self-sufficiency and social/civic integration into their new communities.

Foreign Trained Professional Recertification Program (FTPR)
This unique program provides information, education, resources, mentorship and advocacy to new immigrants and refugees who are foreign trained professionals in need of recertification to work in the US.

Healthy Relationships 
Information will be posted soon

Parent Engagement Program 
A opportunity for parents to join together as a united community to discuss and learn about relevant issues impacting their children, families, and themselves.