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Women Helping Women…

“Women Helping Women Prosper” will be from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Koehler House on the SAC campus, located at Ashby and Lewis.
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The San Antonio College Women’s Center is partnering with several women executives from HEB Human Resources to hold a free “Women Helping Women Prosper” event.  It will be from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Koehler House on the SAC campus, located at Ashby and Lewis. 


A percentage of profits generated from vendor sales will be donated to the Women Empowered (WE) Conference scholarships and to support teen mothers at the Seton Home.    Funds raised  will go toward women in our community to further their educational aspirations, to get a head start with their career, or to help them with their basic needs.  

The WE Conference is a free outreach and recruitment conference that will be May 22 & 23 at the McAllister Auditorium.   This is the second year that HEB has been the primary sponsor of the WE Conference.   In 2012 the WE keynote speaker was Christy Banazek, HR director for HEB.  This year’s speaker is Dr. Laura Rendón, a former SAC student now a professor with the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies at UTSA.   

This two-day WE event is open to women who want information on returning to school, career and/or personal development.  Deadline for registration is Friday, May 17.

 Last year 22 students received WE scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 per student.