Welcome To Women's Workforce WEB
Women's Workforce WEB Free Training Program
History and description of Women's Workforce WEB - the purpose and mission.
WWW WOMEN WORKFORCE WEB
WWW was incorporated as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit on September 27, 2000. Applicants must be economically challenged, a high school graduate, and drug free. They must pass screening by a committee, and have no criminal record. They must love children, and must commit to following WWW guidelines in a 9 week program. The nine week classes are in session September through December and January through April from 9;00am - 12;00. For three weeks, WWW iInterns work with retired teachers at our training site, 1106 East Market Street. WWW Interns are then placed in one of our partnering schools, where they are supervised and trained. We are partnered with: Archer Elementary, Brightwood, Hampon Academy, Hunter, Rankin, Falkener, Wiley, Sternberger, Washington Street, Peck, Martin-Dixon, and Peeler Elementary Schools.
WWW has made a positive difference in the Triad.
The mission of WWW is to improve the quality of life for women, children, and teachers in our community. Qualified women seeking economic independence will be empowered through specialized training, mentoring, and resource development in daycare centers and schools. Through this program, children and teachers will be given extra assistance, attention, and reinforcement in both instructional and non-institutional environments.
Eighty-five women have graduated from the program. Many of those are employed in the Triad area. Graduates have been hired by the Greensboro Transit Authority, the Department of Motor Vehicles, retail stores, and day care centers in Greensboro. Several have opened their own businesses. A few have gone to college for a degree in education and one is working on her Masters Degree.
WWW has enjoyed the support of many community partners.
Our supporters include: Providence Baptist Church, AAUW, Greensboro Housing Authority, Hayes Taylor YMCA, Providence Baptist Church, the Alert Circle, the Ever Achieving Retired Teachers Club, Alpha Wives, the Golden Rays, Delta Kappa Gamma,Sustainable Family Initiative, Workfirst, Job Links, Women’s Resource Center, Piedmont Health & Sickle Cell Association, WelfareReform Liaison, Greensboro Housing Authority, New Light Baptist Church, Work First, the Community Foundation, BB&T, Brown & Associates, Innis Brooks Paper Products, Faith Action, NCA&T Community Outreach Program, VWM, Inc. Greensboro Transit Authority, Wells Trophies, Greensboro Chapter of the NAACP, Innis Brooks Industries and Office Depot. Community partners have provided support and assistance in recruiting, training, and financing the WWW Training Program.
Pictured below are:
Ernestine Sims - Secretary
President - Gwen McAllister
Flossie Smith - Vice President
Not Pictured is:
Jonah Smith - Treasurer
WWW is expanding its services to include following up with graduates.:
- WWW Tutoring Service,
- WWW Language Experience Workshops, an
WWW Tutoring Service offers private tutoring with students. . There is a fee for this service which is subject to teacher availability. Appointments and testing are done by appointment only.
The WWW Language Experience Workshops offer parents, PTA groups, community groups, and child care providers informative workshops on how they can assist young children in reading and writing. Please call our office for fees and more information.
The public is invited to our 14h Annual Jubilee on April 26, 2015 at 4:00 P.M. in the Chubbs Enrichment Center at Providence Baptist Church, 1106 Tuscaloosa Street, Greensboro, North Carolina.
.Women who are 18 and above, drug and alcohol free, with no criminal record, and love children, are encouraged to contact Women's Workforce WEB at 336-370-4687 for information and registration for the upcoming fall session. It is a great way to improve job skills and help others while helping yourself.
Contact us at
336-370-4687 for information and registration.
Pictured below are two graduates of the Training Assistance program