Job Resource Center

2555 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 204, Pasadena, CA 91107 (626) 796-6870

Important Annoucement

March 03, 2015 By: wome0962 Category: Uncategorized

To our friends and colleagues—

Since 1979, Women At Work, first incorporated as the Women’s Public Policy Research Center, provided an array of career services for women throughout the greater San Gabriel Valley.  Our mission was clear:  to help women reach their full employment and earnings potential in a supportive environment.

In our 36-year history, thousands of women benefited from our skills training programs, career counseling and a variety of job resources.  These women found jobs, built careers and even started their own businesses.

Throughout these three decades, we have received generous financial support from individuals, foundations and employers.  Their gifts to Women At Work helped to transform lives.   Community, business and elected leaders were integral to the network that champions a vibrant workplace that includes women at all levels and in all sectors.

Despite our significant fundraising efforts we are unable to build a sustainable base of support.  As a result, the Board of Directors of Women At Work made the difficult and critical decision to reevaluate our current model.  We will continue scheduled programs through March 15, while evaluating ways to transition and restructure our organization.  During this transition we will review and focus on the contemporary needs of women in the evolving 21st Century workplace.

Women At Work remains committed to the issues that ignited the start of this organization: supporting the needs of women seeking employment, pay equity, career development and advancement.  We believe in the strength that comes from women helping women.  We are so grateful to all those who have supported Women At Work—donors, volunteers and community partners.  And, finally, to the working women we have assisted, we applaud your achievements and are honored by your triumphs.  We take pride in knowing that you are role models, mentors and leaders for the next generation of women entering the workplace.

Camille Levee
Executive Director

Computer Classes and Workshops

March 03, 2015 By: wome0962 Category: Computer Classes, Uncategorized

Schedule for 2015 is here!

Review and sign up for computer classes and workshops by clicking the button below.



Getting Over the Stress of Public Speaking                  $25

Monday, March 9 • 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

If you’re not comfortable presenting yourself in any situation, this 2-hours will give you tools to use right away to turn that around. Learn what you can do to control yourself in every speaking situation. • Say what you mean • Stay on track • Avoid going blank • Look credible • Be effective. . . in front of any audience.

What the course will do:

• Develop confidence as a speaker

• Generate and sell ideas

• Make your ideas shine with the right visual aids

• Use your voice effectively

• Be comfortable in front of any audience

• Think on your feet

• Control your body

LinkedIn                                                                                   $30

Saturday, March 14 • 9:30 am to 11:30 am

This social networking course is designed for a business profile. It is a place to demonstrate your working capabilities.  This beginning course will cover how to do the following: Build a professional profile including a profile photo, work experience, education, job skills and more.  Search for and apply to jobs on LinkedIn, as well as, search for companies and people to follow.  NOTE: Must have online LinkedIn account set up before attending class.

How to Start a Non Profit                                                       $20

Saturday, March 14 • 9:30 am to 11:30 am

How to start your own Non-profit: Passion for a mission is not enough—what should be looked at before you start this business. (and yes, it is a business!)


 Facebook                                                                                  $30

Saturday, March 14 • 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Facebook is a free online social network website where you can build a profile to interact with users. In this beginning course you will learn how to: Build a profile complete with photos and basic information. Add friends, create a status and update and interact with friends. Setup and manage your profile’s privacy settings.  NOTE: Must have online Facebook account set up before attending class.


From Employee to Entrepreneur                                    $15

Saturday, March 14 • 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Are you unhappy in your current job?  Have you ever wondered how to create a profit through your passion?  Join author, Tammy Washington, for the Employee to Entrepreneur Workshop.  In this 60 minute workshop you will learn the 3 steps needed to become your own boss!  Come prepared to take notes!

Less Clutter More Life with Barbara Hemphill

March 02, 2015 By: wome0962 Category: Uncategorized

BarbaraHemphilphotography by Louise Wannier
Less Clutter More Life

Join us for a Keynote by

Barbara Hemphill on

  April 14th at

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Western Justice Center
The Maxwell House
55 South Grand Avenue
Pasadena, 91105
RALEIGH, N.C. —In her first twenty years of her profession, Barbara Hemphill focused on helping individuals and organizations eliminate paper and physical clutter. In the following ten years, the dawning of the Internet age offered opportunities to apply her principles to the ensuing digital clutter, and now in recent years she has become acutely aware that there is a challenging and subtle emotional and spiritual clutter that truly prevents people from accomplishing their work and enjoying their lives.
About Barbara Hemphill
An internationally recognized expert on increasing profits, productivity and peace of mind by eliminating physical, digital, emotional and spiritual clutter, Barbara’s life work has been to increase public awareness of the emotional and physical cost of clutter. She founded the Productive Environment Institute to train Certified Productive Environment Specialists who are available to assist individuals and businesses.
She is the author of “Taming the Paper Tiger at Work”, “Love It or Lose It: Living Clutter-Free Forever”, and “Organizing Paper @Home: What to Toss and How To Find the Rest!”
Press Contact: Barbara Hemphill
The book Less Clutter More Life is available online from and various Independent Book stores ($17.95 plus tax and shipping, Paperback, 95 pages).  It is a beautiful 7×7 paperback with full color photography.
10% of book sales for the April 14th event will be donated to Women at Work.  10% of Book Sales ongoing are shared between Women at Work and two other charities supported by the authors.
Tickets $25



February 28, 2015 By: wome0962 Category: Uncategorized

Our Employer Forum, was a Tremendous Success!

Thank you to all the employers, volunteers and those of you who attended the event.  

  • Santa Anita
    Mystique & Fun
    Sunday, March 15, 2015
    11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Lunch Buffet • Free Valet Parking • Hat Contest • Paddock Tours • Raffle Prizes