We provide the skills for women to become a strong community activist with help from the National Alliance of Free Women, Inc. through our Leadership program. We offer leadership workshops and tutoring services to women and girls
The National Alliance of Free Women, Inc provides workshops that are designed for women who are transitioning from a homemaker to a college student. Dr. Mary McBean, a founding member and educator with more than 40 years of experience, works with you to design a college career path that matches your aspirations and goals. From domestic partner to breadwinner, let us help you in your transition.
Tutoring ranges from helping younger members with their math and science homework to providing tips for passing exit exams, learning how to write a resume, and conducting onesself in a job interview. No matter your stage in life, you can count on us for the help you need to succeed.
In order to participate in our scholarship programs, participants must first write a one-page autobiography discussing where they see themselves in three-years and in five-years, their career objectives, and their plan to achieve them. Once completed, we review all submissions in a team setting to pick the best five of the fifteen to twenty selected. The selected five then receive a scholarship at either a junior college or vocational school, depending on their desired career path.
We assist students and individuals to connect with scholarship programs, grants and Pell Grants. We connect our students with participating vocational Schools Junior colleges and a pathway to a 4 year college.