‘Women to Work’ classes in Greensboro help women land the job they want

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — A workshop happening this month in Greensboro is meant to help more women land the job they want.

The Women's Resource Center in Greensboro is hosting the Women to Work classes to help teach women the skills they need to enter the workforce.

The classes are for everyone ranging from a recent college graduate to someone ready to change careers to women who are re-entering the workforce.

Several topics will be covered including networking, searching for a job, interview skills and resume writing. It's also meant to help build self-esteem and confidence.

"When it’s all finished and the entire thing is said and done, they tell me, 'I see the progress,'" Program Director Heather Schneck said. "I see the change in them in terms of their motivation. They’re more motivated, more empowered. Their confidence is up, and they’re ready for it."

You must register for the workshop to attend. To register, contact the program director at (336) 275-6090 ext. 223 or email Heather@womenscentergso.org.

The program consists of seven classes from July 9 to July 18.

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