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PO Box 1201
New York
New York 10021

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Programs: Sudar (meaning Light in Tamil) is WEP’s first center. Founded in 2002, seventy students currently attend the WEP-Sudar center, and of these, forty receive scholarships to local colleges. Once the college day has finished, students come to the center to enjoy nutritious snacks with friends and study in the library and garden.

Each semester, students choose between study skills, English, and computer courses. On weekends and during vacations, they may attend a teacher-training program, the lecture series on health, finance, civics and the environment, and local field trips to introduce them to career opportunities.

Women’s Education Project helps women of limited means discover their unlimited potential for college and career success to improve their lives, families, and communities.

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I first joined the Women’s Education Project (WEP) when the organization launched its Ambassador volunteer program back in January 2010. In a small workspace in Brooklyn, we met regularly over tea and light appetizers to help stuff and address envelopes, brainstorm ideas and help the ... more »
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