Celebrating Maine Women Entrepreneurs

Congratulations to our newest cover girl Rayne Grace Hoke, owner of KittyWitch Perfumery. She’s featured on the cover of Maine Women Magazine’s March issue, and her story is on p. 11. She talks about how she got started, her journey through Women, Work, and Community’s New Ventures program, and the courage needed to succeed. Rayne is a WWC Southern Region Ambassador. Maine Women Magazine is on the stands now in …

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Mature Worker Event – Practical Options in a Changing Workforce

The economy has changed!  New careers and occupations are being created that will impact what you may be doing for work.  Are you 50+ and interested in learning about these changes? Attend this event to explore practical options that can assist you in making your decisions. Learn what community agencies and educational services are available to you as you move forward in your work search and more. Offered by WWC, …

WWC Graduates come to the State House

Twenty Women, Work, and Community Ambassadors and graduates from across the state convened at the State House in Augusta on 2/7 to observe their Legislators in action.  Starting with a well attended breakfast in the Cross Café, graduates shadowed their Legislators throughout the day in Committee meetings and party caucuses.  The group observed and received special recognition in morning sessions of both the Senate and House of Representatives.  Participants also …

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