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Mission Statement

Founded in 2012 by Ouida Joi Cooper-Rodriguez, the Women's Center for Economic Empowerment's (WCEE) mission is "to assist, support, and inspire low-income women to become economically self-sufficient and become active participants in their lives and communities."


WCEE accomplishes their mission through financial literacy, entrepreneurship, employment/job readiness, and life skills training, coaching, and intensive case management support to low-income, highly inspired women who may have or are experiencing domestic violence, generational poverty, homelessness, substance abuse recovery, and/or other significant barriers to self-sufficiency and life empowerment.

WCEE is a fiscally-sponsored project of Empowerment WORKS, a 501c3 nonprofit organization





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by Roberto N. from Concord, CA (November 7, 2014)
My company is looking for highly motivated and business driven candidates to fill a few positions. I recently interviewed a young lady that had gone through the 12 week entrepreneurship program. She was confident, driven, and and had a strong business mindset. Everything I'm looking for to fill the positions on my team.
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