Upcoming Events

Suited for Success
Workforce Preparation and Job Seekers Training Program

April 3 - June 5, 2015
Fridays weekly from 12-2PM


This program targets adult women who are actively seeking new or better employment but who are unfamiliar with career development. Participants must have basic computer,  Web literacy and English skills. Each session is two hours and the class meets weekly. At the end of the 10-week training program, participants will receive a certificate of completion and be prepared to successfully match their skills with employer expectations, focus job search activities, fill skill gaps through education and work-based learning, and communicate appropriately with potential employers through their appearance, correspondence, application and interview process, and professional workplace behavior.

Career Management - Friday, April 3 (12-2PM)  
Assess Yourself - Friday, April 10 (12-2PM)  
Explore Career Options - Friday, April 17 (12-2PM)  
Create a Plan and Set Goals - Friday, April 24 (12-2PM)  
Expand Your Skill Set - Friday, May 1 (12-2PM)  
Find a Job - Friday, May 8 (12-2PM)  
Resume Building - Friday, May 15 (12-2PM)  
Personalized Wardrobe Fitting & Makeup Consultation - Friday, May 22 (12-2PM)  
Mock Interviews - Friday, May 29 (12-2PM)  
Sexual Harassment Awareness/Prevention - Friday, June 5 (12-2PM)  

Register Today! Click here for the Program Overview and Application Form. For more information, call 951-785-2470 or e-mail us. Registration is $20/person at the door each week; or $150 for the 10-week program if booked before March 27, 2015.


 

Finding Companionship in Sacred Stories
Mindy Bielas, artist


Spring Exhibit showing April 6 - June 12, 2015
Gallery Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 AM - 5 PM


Exhibit Opening: Sunday, April 12 (5-7PM)

Location: Women's Resource Center Gallery | 11498 Pierce Street, Suite AA (2nd floor)
Riverside, CA 92505 (adjacent to Oasis and the La Sierra Natural Foods Market)


This collection of acrylic on canvas paintings depicts women from the Old Testament. It is a creative expression of one woman's struggle with the concept and experience of victimhood. Sacred stories are universally important, therefore informing one's understanding of relationships as well as his/her own context and selfhood. Because of their influence, we can learn from sacred stories, struggle with difficult ideas presented in the sacred stories we claim, and find companionship with characters who undergo experiences similar to our own. 
   
Handicapped accessible (elevator). A portion of all proceeds goes to support the programming of the WRC.


 

Creativity Workshop
Mindy Bielas, artist


Sunday, April 26 (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.)


Location: Women's Resource Center Gallery | 11498 Pierce Street, Suite AA (2nd floor)
Riverside, CA 92505 (adjacent to Oasis and the La Sierra Natural Foods Market)


Drawing on her collection of acrylic on canvas paintings depicting women from the Old Testament, artist Mindy Bielas will lead a creativity workshop to show students and community members how to illustrate biblical texts on their own that is, how to use art as an interpretive tool for exploring and understanding the Bible or other sacred texts. Special attention will be given to difficult texts, or those relating to the exclusion of, or violence against, women. Open to women and men of all skill levels and from all religious backgrounds. Beginners and those not familiar with the Bible are fully welcome. Participants are asked to bring their own sacred text or they can borrow one from the Center.

Handicapped accessible (elevator). Lunch not provided. Registration fee: $25.00/person (cash only), payable at the door. All paint and supplies provided with fee. Limited to 12 participants on a first-come-first-serve basis. All proceeds go to support the programming of the WRC.

 
Contact Us

T: (951) 785-2470
F: (951) 785-2473
E-mail: wrc@lasierra.edu
4500 Riverwalk Parkway
Riverside, CA 92505