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Equipping women to achieve purpose, fulfillment and financial stability through meaningful employment.
Women’s Resource Center (WRC) advocates for equity, diversity, and inclusiveness. Our mission is part of a greater movement to provide programs and services that educate and empower workplace success and transform the employment experiences and outcomes for all women. WRC is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive culture, free of racism and discrimination, where individuals have the opportunity to achieve success in the workplace, attain economic independence, and bring their authentic selves to work.
New Beginnings Mentor Coordinator, Full Time
Under the direction of the Program Director, The New Beginnings Mentor Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, training, matching, and monitoring women who will provide volunteer-based mentoring services to women convicted of felony offenses serving time at the Ottawa County or Muskegon County Correctional Facilities. This gender-responsive project will utilize one-on-one and group mentoring to meet the needs of our participants. The gender-responsive mentoring will be enhanced with employment development and case management services provided by WRC professional staff and other non-mentor volunteers.
Investment in Families (IIF) Coordinator, Full Time
The Investment in Families (IIF) is a new 10-year Steelcase Foundation initiative and 10-million-dollar investment focused on Black and Latina mothers in Kent County, Michigan, to support their individual and collective well-being, and identify policy and systemic change needed for the betterment of Michigan families. Long-term multiyear funding allows program delivery and focuses to adapt to the changing needs of the community, as well as allows the IIF initiative team to learn and partner relationally, versus a transaction approach many sectors take toward learning. The goal is to apply learning from the initiative to benefit all Michigan families impacted by policy and behaviors of systems that do not currently maximize nor center their desired outcomes. The research and evaluation plan and program delivery will be adapted in partnership with a cohort of 30 Black and Latina mothers from Kent County, Michigan who will engage in the 10-year study as key strategic partners, co-designers of the cohort experience, and context experts on how systems currently impact mothers and their families. Together, with the mothers and community partners, specific policies will be identified for change, and action steps will be taken to make those changes happen.
To learn more about the Investment in Families initiative, visit www.steelcasefoundation.org/investment-in-families-initiative