WE Advocacy Council member Lauren Miller tells us why she's involved with Women Employed, and what it means to her that WE brings diverse voices to the table to make change.
Panelists Andrea Pino, Ai-jen Poo, and Mónica Ramírez each share one important lesson they've learned from their advocacy with moderator Laura S. Washington at The Working Lunch 2018.
Missy talks about what getting involved with Women Employed has meant to her.
Learn how Career Foundations, the career exploration course that Women Employed helped develop, is impacting the lives and the futures of adult students from Abram Garcia, who uses the curriculum in his classroom.
In 2016, we had major earned sick time wins in Chicago and Cook County, which will allow nearly a million more Chicagoland workers to earn paid sick time. But these were no overnight victories. See how this change happened. Then read our 2016 annual report.
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Learn about Career Foundations, the curriculum developed by Women Employed and City Colleges of Chicago that is helping adult students map out a career path and make the successful transition to college.
Lori is a working mom striving to complete college courses. She hopes they will lead to the OPPORTUNITY for a better job, so she can better support herself and her daughter. Everyone deserves opportunity. Together, we can do even more for women like Lori. Make your gift today »
Lori's a working mom. To provide for herself and her daughter, she holds down two jobs. It's tough, but thanks to the work of Women Employed and our supporters, she will at least be able to take a sick day when she needs it, and have the SECURITY of knowing she won't lose her job. Everyone deserves that security. Together, we can do even more for women like Lori. Make your gift today »
The seven talented young women from Women Employed's 2016 Summer Leadership Program, sponsored by The Pattis Family Foundation, talk about their summer at WE—what they worked on, what they learned, what inspired them, and their hopes, dreams, and plans for the future.