Click below for January’s highlights!
Center for the Women of New York advocates for women’s rights & full equality for women. CWNY empowers women to reach their full potential by providing the skills, information, & support they need to address economic, emotional, & legal challenges.
CWNY offers free comprehensive services in prevention, training, education and support to women in transition. Computer training, career counseling, legal assistance and support groups are held to support women and prepare them to prosper in the workforce. See specific programs currently being offered here. If you have needs or ideas for services/programs not in our calendar, please contact us.
Testimonials from women CWNY has helped:
“Before I was dealing with all the challenges [of being a caregiver] alone, which creates more stress. Now, by exchanging information and experiences with other members and the two empathetic facilitators, I come away with helpful suggestions. Mostly, I’m grateful to have a place to talk, and even cry, and feel supported.” — Daniella
We empower women via conferences, seminars, webinars, and workshops. Our recent webinar “Art as Therapy” was a great success. We have also had our presentations “Breakthroughs in Breast Cancer Treatments” and “The Power of Financial Independence – COVID and Beyond”. Click here to view presentations of our past events.
Click here for details on upcoming events:
- Register here for our upcoming free Financial Literacy Workshop “Tax Trauma Terminated Part 2, More $$$ in Your Pocket – Credits & Deductions Overview” on Feb. 17th via Zoom
- “Parenting School Children During a Pandemic” – Evening webinar coming soon
- and more!
“The ESL sessions with my teacher have impacted me in a very positive manner and given me the confidence that I am sounding clear. Before this class, I had not gotten any feedback from an instructor or teacher in the field and I was never sure about what I was saying. I was always uncomfortable with saying the words and was curious about the background of the word. With my CWNY teacher, she corrects me and my confidence has risen.” — Helen