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WWC aims to improve the economic lives of Maine women and their families by helping you find a good job, return to school, start a business, manage money wisely, and be active in your community.
All of our classes and programs are available in a variety of convenient locations throughout Maine at no cost.
Helping Maine people succeed in their workplace, business, and community