Located in Room S3.09, Winnet Student Life Building, Main Campus. Hours are from 9 am to 5 pm. Call us at 215.751.8808 or email [email protected].
Since its inception in 2002, the Women’s Center has focused on educational outreach in its effort to raise women students’ awareness about themselves and the world in which they live through educational programming. In keeping with its mission and vision, the Center also advocates on behalf of students who require services that support their academic, social, emotional, professional and personal development needs.
Mission: The Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center is dedicated to issues of gender equity on campus. Its mission is to foster a campus community where women are encouraged to reach their full potential and where women can live, learn and work in an environment that promotes dignity, understanding, equality and mutual respect. Its vision is to serve the College community as an advocate for gender and equality and mutual respect among women and men.
TENANTS HAVE RIGHTS!
Are you renting a house, room or apartment? Impacted by unfair rental practices? Experiencing issues with your landlord? Waiting on repairs? Facing eviction or retaliation? Confused about your rights as a tenant? If so, the Tenants Have Rights! workshop is for you.
The Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center will host the session on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, in Room C2.28 (CBI Building) from 1:45 to 3 p.m. Tenant rights advocates will share valuable information about their programs and services, and answer students' most pressing questions.
Featured speakers will be George Donnelly, Penn Law Postgraduate Fellow, Public Interest Law Center; former homeless student Fredrica Lightford, CCP Liberal Arts Major and Member of the Philadelphia Tenants Union; Phil Lord, executive director of T.U.R.N. (Tenants Union Representative Network); and Rasheedah Phillips, Managing Attorney of the Landord-Tenant Housing Unit at Community Legal Services. Claudia Curry, director of the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center, will moderate the discussion.
You are encouraged to attend and reserve your seat by contacting the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center at 215.751.8808 or [email protected]. Thank you!
SCHOLARSHIPS WITH AUGUST 2015 DEADLINES
Need money for your undergraduate or graduate studies?
Check out the many scholarships offerings that expire August 2015 at http://jlvcollegecounseling.com/2015/07/01/scholarships-with-august-2015-deadlines/.
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Applications now being accepted for Fall 2015!
The Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center is accepting applications for the fall 2015 Homeless Student Support Program. This program provides homeless, near homeless and food insecure students who are Pell-eligible with financial and academic support while connecting them to resources to assist in finding homes, employment, and food, all key resources that enable male and female student to remain enrolled at the College and achieve academic goals.
Interested? Click the following link to access the online application:
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Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center launches first eNewsletter!
The Women's Center is pleased to announce the launching of its first eNewsletter with the issue found at http://www.ccp.edu/site/current/support-services/pdfs/WomenSpeak.pdf Ideas and suggestions for future articles or photo stories are welcome. Check it out!
WOMEN'S CONFERENCE TO BENEFIT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FUTURE COLLEGE STUDENTS
The Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Foundation Women’s Conference will be held at the College's Northeast Regional Center on Friday, October 19, 2012. This event is a fund-raiser for educational scholarships. The GNPCC Foundation has given away 45 scholarships in the past six years.
The conference is going to be informative, motivational and fun. The day will be filled with great speakers, presentations, music, food, and best of all camaraderie! Community College of Philadelphia Nutrition instructor Ane Marie Kis will present a workshop titled, “Fueling the Spark”. For more detailed and registration information, visit http://www.gnpccfoundation.org/ .
Please consider attending the conference. This is a great opportunity to support future college students.
gnpccfoundation.org The Greater NE Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Foundation mission is to award financial scholarships to qualified individuals residing in the area served by the Greater NE Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.
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