Women's Intercultural Center Inc
Rating: 4.73 stars 209 reviews
Issues: Education, Human Services
Location: PO Box 2411 303 Lincoln Street Anthony NM 88021 USA
Results: To date over 3,400 women annually become educated, empowered and engaged. Results of our work have been published in research documents, books, videos and presented a various conferences throughout the country. For more detailed info on our progress visit our website under participants and the about us section.
Target demographics: Women ages 17 years old and up
Direct beneficiaries per year: over 3,400 women annually
Geographic areas served: Southern New Mexico and West Texas
Programs: alternative education and personal development, economic self-sufficiency, civic engagement, Border Awareness Experience. In essence we provide our participants the tools and resources they need to thrive.
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I really enjoyed my time here! Everyone within the organization was courteous and friendly. Very motivated in what they do. I was so compelled that I even gave some merchandise for charity . Will definitely come and visit.
They give classes that are very productive and useful for an everyday living..
It has a lot of programs for women. They could improve by getting known by more people
Me ayudaron y la persona fue muy eficiente
As a current volunteer at the Women's Intercultural Center I can honestly say that that I have enjoyed my time being here because of the friendly environment and especially the goal of this program. I have always enjoyed working/helping others but the people I have worked with in this center have true potential at what they do therefore to me it has made them some of the most welcoming and hardworking people I have ever interacted with. I am very thankful for being given the great opportunity of being of service to a program that is of great help to the people in the Anthony community.
When I volunteered at the center, I had the opportunity to meet some great people there. The women that run the center are so friendly and welcoming, they make the center feel like home. Not only that, but the classes they offer are spectacular. They have a wide range of classes and most, if not all, are in Spanish which is great for our community. They also have a thrift shop where most everything is 25 cents; this helps the center raise money and also helps community members that might not have sufficient resources to buy as $25 shirt. Overall, my experience at the center was amazing and I encourage everyone in the area to drop by sometime.
During my volunteer time here, I helped set up for a toy drive that would contribute to the local childrens hospital. It was a wonderful experience and the staff were wonderful as well. They are kind, friendly and very understanding. I most definitely recommend this organization for anyone looking to give back to the community.
Volunteering at the Women's Intercultural Center was a great experience. I am fascinated by all the classes they offer here. It is a great environment to work in, very peaceful and the people i worked with were very pleasant. It is good to know that women in our community have a place they can go to if they need help. I am thinking of returning to take some of the classes. I had a great time, Thank you for having me.
By doing my volunteer service at Women's Intercultural Center, I noticed the center needs as well as how they helped people. The center helps people to succeed as well as help them with any issues they might have. It was an awesome experience to be a volunteer because of all the different things I learned. I will share my experience with my classmates. Thank you so much.
I am from the community, and I did not know this organization existed until I started my Service Learning hours for a class I am taking. I was impressed with the Women's Intercultural Center, both in the building's architecture and with the work they are doing in the local community. Everyone who works at the Center has certainly achieved creating a safe haven for women to take classes to further their education, and to relax by going to yoga, zumba, or reiki. I greatly enjoyed volunteering at this Center; it is a very happy place to be.
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