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​Women’s Lean in Circle​

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Do you want to join WLC? Select this link to apply today!

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HERE ARE THE UPCOMING EVENTS!​
Select the link to register: https://tinyurl.com/wlc20212022events​

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WLC 2021 INFORMATION SESSIONS

Learn more about Women's Lean in Circle and potentially joining our empowerment community for students that identify as women. 

Select the link to REGISTER TODAY! https://tinyurl.com/wlcinfosessions​

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JOIN US FOR PART 2: How Do We Find Lasting HAPPINESS?

Join Women's Lean in Circle for the second part of the Read to Succeed series, Thursday, October 21st from 12:50 p.m. -1:50 p.m. We will continue our conversation on happiness and evolve by uncovering how to identify happy spaces, a look at happiness from a gender perspective, and learn strategies to attain lasting happiness. You can still pick up a FREE copy of the How To Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky at the Norco College Library or Equity Center on campus while supplies last, if you want to read along with the group. However, anyone can be a part of the discussion, even if you have never read the book.​   Register Here

What is Happiness to WLC?

 Select the link to take a look! https://youtu.be/WBnBMoQmEuE


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OUR MISSION 

WLC is intentional about understanding the experiences of marginalized women and providing the necessary support for students to thrive in their personal and academic endeavors. The program's mission is to lead and unify women of diverse backgrounds to establish a growth mindset of personal worth and value. Also, combat stereotypical views created by society about the image of women. It is essential for women to channel their internal struggles positively and receive guidance and support from peers and professional staff to attain whole student development. To execute the mission of WLC, students have a safe space to discuss current issues that bear adverse effects on women and provide an opportunity for students to voice their opinions and concerns with fellow students and professional staff. Research indicates that marginalized women are facing significant challenges and fighting to overcome barriers that can hinder academic and overall student success. With this in mind, WLC will continue to incorporate the narratives of our students to find new and innovative ways to impact the lives of these women. Most importantly, foster success by aiding in the development of strong character and a positive self-image.​