The WeLEAD program was started in 2014 as a means to help immigrant and refugee women navigate post-secondary education and to prepare them to be economically and financially self-sufficient. It is the sister program to Girls Getting Ahead in Leadership (GGAL), whose program focus is on academic support and leadership training for 6th-12th grade girls.
WeLEAD is a free program for immigrant and refugee women who are enrolled or plan to be enrolled in post-secondary education. If you are interested in receiving support from WeLEAD, please contact See Lee at email@example.com.
We support your post-secondary education
Education is one of our key components to building self-confidence and increasing economic opportunities. Our services includes:
Access to GED resources and help
College homework assistance
Financial aid guidance
Eligibility to receive small college grants
We provide leadership & life skills training
WISE hosts workshops with professionals from various disciplines to speak with our program participants to build their networks and professional skills. Activities include:
Time management workshops
Financial literacy skills development
We prepare women to be economically self-sufficient
A core component of this program is to position immigrant women to achieve economic success, fully participate in the state's economy, and to have access to diverse, high-paying work opportunities. Our support includes:
Internship and job shadowing match
Resume building and writing
Job interview practice
WeLEAD is a free program for immigrant and refugee women transitioning to post-secondary education or already enrolled.
For questions and inquiries, email See Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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