Women's Circle is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that empowers women to be "all they can be," while promoting an acceptance and appreciation of cultural diversity.
Our Job preparation program provides clients with the skills required to interview for jobs and to maintain employment. Services include: Resume preparation, Job application preparation, Interview techniques, and client follow-up.
We offer a number of classes each week in English, Literacy, Citizenship, Computer Skills, Sewing and Crochet. Classes are offered at a variety of times, including Saturdays. We try to accommodate the needs of our students wherever possible.
Personal development is paramount. We provide monthly discussion groups to unite women in an exploration of a variety of topics such as general health and wellness, personal safety, financial planning and parenting.
Volunteers are essential to our daily program, serving as tutors, teachers, job preparation aides and receptionists. Volunteers complement the work done by our staff including but not limited to; fundraising and grant writing.
We are here to serve you during the following business hours:
Mon thru Fri: 9 am to 4 pm
Sat: 9 am to 2 pm
Don’t miss the artistic process in action, as world-reknowned French-American artist DUAIV (www.duaiv.net) creates a unique painting during Women's Circle's major fundraiser, the Lucky 13th Annual Circle of Hope Gala on March 30 at the Westchester Country Club in Boynton Beach. We are so lucky to feature much sought-after artist DUAIV, who has generously donated his time, talents and treasure to Women's Circle! Starting with a blank canvas, DUAIV builds on the inspiration of the evening to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
The bidding will be fierce for this treasure as one lucky owner will take DUAIV's amazing work of art home when it is auctioned by Saffer and Associates, along with a selection of fantastic prizes!
“Les Quatre Barques”, Oil on Canvas by DUAIV
Women's Circle Volunteer Rosemarie Brady Nominated for the Junior League's 2016 Volunteer of the Year
Students Celebrate a Multicultural Thanksgiving at Women's Circle
The Women's Circle is THANKFUL for our students and teachers! Last week, the Advanced Conversation class and their dedicated teacher Sherry Zekowski held a Multicultural Thanksgiving Celebration after they had been studying the history of the holiday. The class decided to celebrate together and share what they are thankful for and their reasons for giving thanks. The students prepared dishes which reflected their individual countries and heritage.