A recently separated mother of two young girls came to the Career & Life Transitions Center. Though struggling financially, she was ineligible for food stamps. Without the extra cushion provided by such benefits as Child Support and Rental Assistance, she lived by borrowing against her credit. She has a business degree and decided that she needed a career change and further schooling because she could not afford the commute back and forth to New York City for her job as a single parent. When she became a client of the Career & Life Transitions Center, she visited with the Case … Continue reading
A young woman came to the Family Success Center only able to speak Spanish. Pregnant and unsure of her future, she did not know what to do. Though a victim of domestic violence, she faced criminal charges or deportation from accidentally hurting her batterer. Immediately she was connected to resources in the community. With the NORWESCAP Family Partner’s support, she was able to get a public defender, and the charges were reduced to a fine. She needed to speak English, so she began to attend language classes during the day and evening while she continued to work. She started as … Continue reading
BH recently began the IDA program with the goal of home ownership. While driving a school bus and attending school at William Paterson part time, she was offered a twelve-month teaching position at $40,000 annually. Despite many financial setbacks, she was able to save $2,900 with her new job. She attributes much of her success to the financial education she received through the IDA program, including budgeting and how to be an educated consumer. Ironically, by attending the home ownership education, she realized that now was not the time for her to buy a home. Instead, she changed her goal … Continue reading
NORWESCAP’s Career & Life Transitions Center for Women is having their 6th Annual Scrapbooking Fundraiser Girls Just Wanna Crop! Women Helping Women, the Glue that Holds Us Together on Saturday, January 25th from 8:00 am – 8:00 pm at Franklin Township Elementary School, Washington. Scrapbooking enthusiasts are invited to come out for a creative and fun filled day. Instructional workshops will be available for the beginner scrap booker. There will be an abundance of delicious food from local restaurants, plus a homemade soup cook-off by members of their Advisory Council. Pre- registration to attend this event is $40; and costs … Continue reading
Family Loan Program and IDA Program along with PNC Bank will sponsor this important workshop. It will be held on Tuesday, December 10th at 6:30pm to 8:00pm at the 350 Marshall Street location. The topics covered will be: Track daily spending habits, Prepare a budget, Identify ways to decrease spending, and Recognize how to create a plan to achieve financial goals. Please register by Dec. 6th; the first 5 households to register and attend the class will receive a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card!
Come join the Family Success Center staff on Tuesday, December 10th at 6:00 to 8:00pm in celebration of the Holidays. We will be watching the original “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer”, enjoying some refreshments, and completing a craft. Families must register by calling Marybeth at 908-213-2702, location for the event is 459 Center Street, Phillipsburg.
This event is sponsored by the Family Success Center; what a thoughtful way to say thank you for all they do. Join us on Wednesday, November 13th at 350 Marshall Street, Phillipsburg from 5:30 to 7:00pm.
The Family Success Center will offer “Acting 101 Workshop” on Monday, November 18th at 459 Center Street, Phillipsburg at the Early Childhood Learning Center at 6:00pm to 8:00pm. This is the 2nd of 4 workshops being buy generic cialis offered this year in the theaters arts and is limited to the first 30 children. The workshop is available to children ages 5-13. You must register by calling: 908-213-2702
“Insights & Inspirations Salon” brought to you by NORWESCAP’s Career & Life Transitions Center for Women. We again will partner with LDG Workshop’s Janet Cargill and Carol Camerino to host this event. custom writing paper Theses “Salons” are defined as ‘ a gathering of socially conscious and intellectually curious women’. This event will be held on Tuesday, November 12th at 6:00pm at the Frenchtown Inn. Please join us by registering at 908-788-1453.
Career Life Transition Center’s Holistic Vendor & Psychic Fair The 10th Annual Holistic Vendor and Psychic Fair to benefit NORWESCAP Career & Life Transitions Center for Women will be held Saturday, October 19th from 10 am – 4 pm at the Flemington Elks Lodge at 165 Route 31, Flemington. Twelve readers and mediums with a variety of talents and over twenty unique holistic and craft vendors will be on site. Practitioners will also be offering chakra balancing, aura readings, massage and intuitive reflexology. Admission is free with a $30 pre-paid 15-minute private reading scheduled in advance. Call 908-788-1453 to register. … Continue reading