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Women’s Resource Center Introduces New ‘Career Connections’ Initiative

2020-01-23T22:56:55+00:00

Article by: Herald Tribune Women’s Resource Center is launching a monthly information session called Career Connections to connect women to quality job openings and funded educational opportunities in the community. Local employers are partnering with WRC not only to recruit for their open positions but also to help participants learn about the career paths available

Women’s Resource Center Introduces New ‘Career Connections’ Initiative 2020-01-23T22:56:55+00:00

National Mentor Month: Helping Women Navigate the Path to Empowerment

2020-01-09T21:25:06+00:00

When you listen, you give one a sense of importance, hope, and love that he or she may not receive any other way.  Through listening, we nurture and validate the feelings one has, especially when he or she experiences difficulties in life.                                                                                          ― H. Norman Wright Kim is the

National Mentor Month: Helping Women Navigate the Path to Empowerment 2020-01-09T21:25:06+00:00

2020 Self-Care Challenge

2020-01-07T22:14:18+00:00

Maintaining a healthy relationship and self-care routine with yourself is absolutely necessary for your overall health and well-being. Many times, we get so caught up in our busy lives, we tend to slip up on our normal self-care routines. It is important to realize that self-care is a necessity! When you have a consistent

2020 Self-Care Challenge 2020-01-07T22:14:18+00:00

Congratulations to Our Insurance Program Graduates!

2019-12-20T17:15:45+00:00

To meet the high demand in the insurance industry CareerEdge Funders Collaborative and the Women’s Resource Center partnered with State College of Florida (SCF) to offer a three-week Customer Service Representative 4-40 License training at the Women’s Resource Center in Sarasota. With an Insurance Customer Service Representative License, individuals can earn an average starting

Congratulations to Our Insurance Program Graduates! 2019-12-20T17:15:45+00:00

Thanks for Joining us at Deja Blues: NextGen 2019!

2019-12-11T21:05:04+00:00

All of us at the Women’s Resource Center would like to extend our full gratitude to all attendees, committee members, board members, volunteers, and sponsors. We truly could not have done it without YOU! We'd also like to give the City of Bradenton a special thank you for allowing us to take Deja Blues:

Thanks for Joining us at Deja Blues: NextGen 2019! 2019-12-11T21:05:04+00:00

Transition at WRC

2019-11-25T14:46:01+00:00

For almost 8 years, Leslie Tilton has been a constant at the Manatee Center. Maybe some of you can relate to Leslie's story. She and her husband raised two great kids...one was already off to college and their youngest was in high school at St. Stephens. Being the planner that she is, Leslie starting

Transition at WRC 2019-11-25T14:46:01+00:00

Help US Help HER

2019-11-20T16:21:12+00:00

At The Women’s Resource Center, our primary focus is, and always has been, on our clients and our mission to help women and their families thrive. Yet the reality is that we would not be able to provide these transformative services without the support of generous donors and committed volunteers. Throughout the forty-year history

Help US Help HER 2019-11-20T16:21:12+00:00

Roots & Wings | Latinas of WRC

2019-11-07T21:14:24+00:00

Laughter rings out of the cozy meeting space at the Manatee Women’s Resource Center (WRC). It’s Monday night and the women who make up the Latina’s of WRC are trickling in. There is wonderful energy and a blend of Spanish and English as they greet each other like old friends. It is music to

Roots & Wings | Latinas of WRC 2019-11-07T21:14:24+00:00

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

2019-10-31T14:42:44+00:00

The month of November marks National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that leads to memory, thinking, and behavior problems. Being the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, there is no cure or prevention for the disease. One of three seniors die from Alzheimer’s or another form

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month 2019-10-31T14:42:44+00:00