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Women's Economic Empowerment Series (Worcester)
The grant funding for Women's Economic Empowerment Series was provided by Citizens Bank.
This program is for women of all ages, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, and levels of fiscal knowledge. It will focus on:
- Salary Negotiation
This series specifically focuses on empowering women to reach their full financial potential, by enabling them to become more financially informed, delivering high-quality educational workshops, and inspiring participants to pursue long term economic stability through unique salary negotiation training. Visit www.EqualPayMA.com to learn more about wage equality.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking at the YWCA is limited. Visitors are encouraged to park in the Municipal Lot located behind the Worcester Public Library.
Worcester is served by rail through the MBTA; the Greyhound and Peter Pan bus companies; and locally by the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA).
The YWCA is located across the street from the Union Station Hub at the corner of Francis McGrath Boulevard and Franklin Street. To enter the building, walk up Franklin Street toward City Hall and take a left onto the side walk just past the playground. The entrance is down on the left. Visitors should stop at the Front Desk.
What if I have a conflict and cannot attend boths sessions, but want to learn more?
This is a two-part program. Please register only if your schedule allows you to attend both dates. If you cannot attend both dates and want to learn more, please contact the Office of Economic Empowerment via email for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org.