The Ladder Alliance

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Computers & Technology
  • Education & Literacy
  • Employment
  • Women


1100 Hemphill, Suite 302Fort Worth, TX 76104 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To provide survivors of domestic violence and low-income women with the tools to lead self-sufficient, successful and independent lives.


In 2001, Sharon Cox realized her dream of opening a non-profit that focused on teaching computer skills to women of domestic violence and low-income women. The Ladder Alliance offers women the job skills necessary to secure employment in today’s technological job market, eliminates barriers to attending class by providing snacks, bi-lingual, evening, and online classes. Students also earn vouchers that can used in our Success Store to purchase professional attire and haircut/blow-dry/styling are also available for every student! The Basic Computer Skills Training program is the first level of training offered to our participants. It is a 6-week (Mon-Thurs) or 12-week (Mon/Wed or Tue/Thurs.) course that is offered in-person during the day, afternoon, evening, and online. This program is designed to help students in obtaining computer skills necessary in an entry level position in any field of work. Professional Office Skills Training is an advanced level of training offered to our participants. This program is a 12-week (Mon-Thurs) course that is offered in-person only and covers Intro to Business and Finance through QuickBooks training, Customer Service Training and a Professional Speaker Series. Microsoft Office Specialist Training is an 8-week certification program designed to prepare students to take the internationally recognized Microsoft Office Specialist Exam. Next Level is a free educational program open to current students, alumni, and to the entire community!


Would you recommend The Ladder Alliance?
3 reviews Write a review
by Queanne S. (July 4, 2019)
Great organization with a heart for helping women thrive.
by Sabrina W. (December 20, 2012)
This was the most rewarding volunteer experience, watching women grow in confidence as much as they did in their computer skills. The students and staff were such a pleasure!
by Diane A. from Hurst, TX (June 27, 2011)
Everyone is very friendly and encouraging there not only to the students but to the volunteers also. It's a great place for women to be empowered to succeed. The center is very easy to get to and is on the bus route.

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