AAWCC is the leading national organization that champions women and maximizes their potential. AAWCC is an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
Date: March 25 - 12 to 1:30 p.m.
Location: IC 430
Fear, misinformation, frustration, lack of time and bad advice are only some of the hurdles that stand in the way of our potential to make (and keep) money.
Women represent a growing number of corporate leaders, business owners and financial decision makers. Yet, we are less confident than men with our financial decisions. The feeling that there is never enough cash, or that there are no good resources to turn to for help leave us frustrated and unsuccessful. Ease that stress by implementing simple changes that make sense and transform your financial life into one that not only works FOR you, but takes you to the next level of financial evolution.
We empower, you transform, your relationship with money!
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New Leadership is a six-day residential program created by the
Center for American Women and Politics to help college women gain knowledge and skills to become effective public leaders. The RCGC AAWCC Chapter will sponsor at least one student .
Applications are due March 30. Contact
Sheryl Ratcliffe for sponsorship consideration.
The AAWCC will provide three $500 book scholarships to qualified students. Interested students can find an application on the scholarships page.