WOMEN ARE DREAMERS TOO
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review
Issues: Job Training, Homeless & Housing, Human Services
Location: PO Box 1371 Alpharetta GA 30009 USA
Programs: In collaboration with various partners, we provide, soft skills business development skills through self-employment, job creation and overall community development.We provide effective personal development which in essence empowers and demonstrate economic self-sufficiency. We provide post-graduate support services that encourages marketing to emerging markets abroad through a bilateral trade initiative.OUR FOCUS:----------Computer Literacy Classes, which encompasses, Internet marketing, E-commerce, website development, Real time website maintenance and management, training in Microsoft FrontPage, WSftp pro, E-commerce Storefront management and development, Bulleting board management, basic, intermediate and advanced software training in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Business Plan writing and development, Business communications, Business accounting software, business invoicing, invoice aging, invoice tracking to name a few...The primary goal of the computer literacy is to adequately equip candidates with business marketing skills which will enable them to effortlessly gain access to a borderless market unconfined by socio-political boundaries.Educational Programs and Seminars---------------------------------As a community based organization, WADT is committed to providing a range of informational and educational workshops.Selected topics focus on issues that have a direct impact on the lives of women.The workshops focus on Domestic Violence issues, domestic violence group counseling sessions, business issues, budgeting, financial literacy, home ownership, women's health issues..Micro-Enterprise Development----------------------------The WADT entrepreneurship program, Advancing Business Opportunities Ventures and Enterprises, is designed to provide business skills training and a host of supportive services. Women are encouraged to consider business enterprises as a viable means to attaining and sustaining long-term economic self-sufficiency.UNIQUENESS:------------Individualized training programs customized for the candidates in our targeted group.WADT provides a holistic approach to programs and services.Focus group sessions to identifying and constantly evaluating the needs of the program participantsOn-going services to support long term personal and professional development for all participants.Utilizes a small peer group approach to motivate and prepare candidates for successWe provide access to micro-loan funds, venture capital for new business start-ups and training as well as expansion.Promote grassroot advocacy as well as support other entities in order to:1. Enhance the awareness and understanding of the economic burden of domestic abuse, not only on the victims, but on so many innocent bystanders and the various communities as a whole.2. Foster Micro-enterprise training in The State of GA through WADT women.
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Not sure how effective this website is in reaching out to others, but am extremely disappointed with this organization. They were contacted several months about giving them a donation and spoke with someone named "Gail" or "Glenda" only to never hear back from her again. There was a woman who answered the front desk phone and gave us one excuse after another of Gail/Glenda's whereabouts. Dozens of messages and phone numbers were left with the front desk woman (who could hardly speak English) and on their automated answering machine and still not one call was made back to us. We have a large donation with a guarantee of lifetime healing and they obviously don't want it and are cowards to even call us back.
I am hoping to get local and state government involved to shut them down.
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