AWWIN Professional Development
Our Efforts For The AWWIN Professional Development Leadership Has Been Rolled Into Our New & Innovative Program ACAPP And The New And Exciting Mentoring Program Entitled The Seven Based On The Book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey.
To Find Out More Information About ACAPP And How you Can Become Involved Please Call 912-659-0241
Some of our clients have received employment with such agencies as:
Chatham County Board Of Education
Department of Juvenile Justice
My Brothaz Home, Mary Jackson started here as a receptionist and is now the office manager
Some of our clients have/or are attending such institutions as:
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Ogeechee Technical College
Altamaha Technical College
Virginia Clark, after attending the APD classes went on to receive a Bachelors Degree from Cambridge University & her Masters form Savannah State University.
Due to our funding AWWIN can only assist our ACAPP clients with emergency housing stipends, utility stipends, food vouchers and transportation stipends. There are very few exceptions to this rule. Contact us for more information.
Henrietta Williams worked for the Board of Education for 16 years as a paraprofessional. After graduating from AWWIN Professional Development, she secured a job with the Department of Juvenile Justice as the Unit Secretary (PA) and has received two subsequent promotions. During her employment, Henrietta’s diabetes caused her to take time off her work without pay. AWWIN stepped in again to assist Ms. Williams as she lost her apartment she lived in for 17 years and assisted her with getting back on her feet. AWWIN also provided childcare to Ms. Williams’ daughter Raven while Ms Williams participated in the AWWIN course. Raven has graduated from Jenkins High School (2011) and will go off to college this fall.
Henrietta earned her Bachelor's Degree in 2013 and is now working on her Master's Degree at St. Leo University in Savannah, Georgia.