Pinnacle Empowerment Center
Rating: 4.6 stars 5 reviews
Issues: Human Services
Location: 8180 Lark Brown Road % Lisa Dolce Elkridge MD 21075 USA
Results: We have helped nearly 100 individual clients by phone and in person or at our free monthly Job Clubs & Empowerment Circles. We hosted our first annual Women's Empowerment event in October 2011 with nonprofit partners, makingCHANGE with over 100 registered attendees. We continue to create awareness about the specific issues facing women and the interaction between career and finance within in the community.
Target demographics: We serve women who are seeking employment or seeking to advance from one level to the next in their career who may be on the verge of slipping into poverty and are unable to receive assistance elsewhere.
Geographic areas served: Baltimore - Washington Metro Areas
Programs: Job Clubs, Empowerment Circles, one on one individualized career and life coaching, virtual career coaching access, annual Women's Empowerment Conference
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i was introduced to pinncale since 2005 and uptil today my life would not be awesome without their advice, counsel and training which has helped on going. i got back intouch with pinnacle again last year due the job recession which affected me. In 2005 i was homeless with my 4 children then, and i got alot of training and help on resume writing, and applying for the right jobs and also personal computer training, which gave me confidence as a foreigner, and as a woman who at that time had low self esteem. if not for pinnacle free services there was noone i could reach out too, nor was there anyone ready to give me the time to help me then and today as a single mum. In a fast paced country most persons are busy they have no time for a homeless nor helpless unskilled person, but pinnacle did and continue to do so in my life. Especially today when jobs, training skills, and boost of confidence is lowered but new changes today in America. i need them.
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