IT Literacy Program for Women & Girls

We provide computer access to girls in High School (including Teen Moms & girls in Youth Shelters) with no access to computers at home for their school work. This fosters their ability to perform school assignments, thus enhancing their chances of staying in school and achieving academic success. 

 

Free computer skills training for underprivileged women  (includes women exiting Shelters and previous stay at home Moms who want to return to work after their kids are grown) who need to enhance their computer skills to augment their chances of gaining employment.

 

Free ESL classes for female newcomers to our community. Being able to speak English not only foster their ability to better integrate into the community and/or gain employment, but also helps them gain a sense of belonging as they are better able to communicate and socialize with their neighbours.

 

Some of the skills offered include:

- Basic Computer Access

- Basic Word Processing Skills

- Excel

- Powerpoint

- Use of Search Engines

 

 

By completing this registration form, you are giving AWE personnel permission to contact you via the information provided.

 

If you have any questions, please email us at info@amakontwf.com

About AWE

A Registered Saskatchewan Charity with a focus on empowering women and girls.

Our Leaders

 Dr. Jane Ekong is the founder and Executive Director. The Board has seven members.  

Contact Us

Contact us at: info@amakontwf.com