female students

The CUNY Women’s Centers provide vital and comprehensive services that address the needs of the whole person by adopting a myriad of multi-dimensional programs and workshops that speak to the emotional, intellectual, physical and financial well-being of women. Through our on-going services, we hope to encourage retention and academic success for women and non-traditional students by providing specialized support programs and referrals to community resources for identifiable populations including on- and off-campus referral networks. We help our students identify and foster an awareness of the possibilities for academic success and positive personal development.

History

Historically, CUNY has been at the forefront in establishing women’s centers on its college campuses, which focus on empowering and addressing the needs of its diverse women population through counseling, workshops, and referral services. Since the 1970s some of the Centers have opened and closed intermittently and their existence has been somewhat tenuous because of limited resources.

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NEWS & EVENTS

Women and Non-traditional Employment Opportunities Forum

For more than 90 years, the United States Department of Labor Women’s Bureau, has been meeting its mandate by: identifying, researching and analyzing the topics working women care about most; pioneering innovative policies and programs to address them; and enhancing public education and outreach efforts to raise awareness on key issues and developments affecting women in the workforce.

On Thursday, March 30, 2017, be our guest and dialogue with women in the building trades in New York City and advocates.

Topic covered will include:

  • History of the tradeswomen movement in New York City
  • Female participation and leadership in the building trades
  • Current efforts by tradeswomen and advocates to build awareness of women in the trades
  • Organizing to support both recruitment and retention of women in the trades

If you are interested in pursuing careers in the trades or advocacy sphere come out and build your network!

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Please rsvp at: https://goo.gl/forms/HwEkYiA9Hdz5VE0E3

For additional information contact: CareerServices@cuny.edu
Phone: 646-664-8807

Previous Events

Overcoming Self Doubt & Fear of Failure Workshop & Networking Lunch

Sponsored by COSA and the Women’s Centers Council

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