Do you serve women of color or low income communities? We want to partner with you!
What is YW Tech Lab?
The program is specifically designed to provide a free education in digital skills to traditionally underrepresented or vulnerable populations, such as women of color, survivors of domestic violence, and low-wage workers.
Upon completion of the 4-month course, graduates are prepared to pursue full-time permanent employment, paid internships or freelance careers. Students also earn 7 credit hours at Oakton Community College.
At our virtual Open House you will learn about:
- The technical training and resources provided by YWCA Evanston/North Shore
- Anticipated outcomes for the people you serve including employment stability, increased salary, and better communication skills
- Other ways your clients can get involved with our Economic Advancement program
The program is part of a national partnership with Google.org, YWCA USA and YWCA Madison. YWCA Evanston/North Shore is partnering locally with Oakton Community College.
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