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Work of Faith Community Development CorporationWork of Faith Workforce Development Training Program was created in order to address the needs of welfare recipients with barriers to employment and to better coordinate the existing employment and training programs available to them within the community.
Widener University's Inclusive Higher Education ProgramOur organization aims for full inclusion for students in intellectual disabilities here at Widener University.
Widener University Office of Alumni EngagementThe office serves as the hub for all information related to undergraduate and graduate alumni on the main campus. There are approximately 44, 000 alumni that span the various generations, from the Pennsylvania Military College, to Widener College, Brandywine College, to Widener University.
Widener University Homecoming 5KThe 2nd Annual Widener University Homecoming 5K will occur at the Widener University Wellness Center on Sunday October 20, 2013 & will benefit the Chester Community Physical Therapy Clinic.
Widener Reads/Widener Counts Tutoring ProgramWidener Reads and Widener Counts are subsets of important nationwide initiatives known as America Reads and America Counts. These federally funded efforts provide well-qualified college students to act as tutors in local community schools nationwide.
Widener Dance CompanyWidener Dance Company is an organization open to all those interested in dance. We welcome to opportunity to any Widener student who wants the chance to express themselves through dance.
Widener CaresWidener cares is a group that provides opportunities for widener students to volunteer in the Chester community. The community partners look for volunteers to help with after school programs and help the students with homework help.
Widener AdmissionsUndergraduate Admissions Office of Widener University located at Muller Hall.
WE IN US, llcThe “WE IN US” organization seeks to enhance human well­-being and help meet the basic educational and community needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty.
Walk4HearingThe HLAA Walk4Hearing is the largest walk for hearing loss awareness in the country. Every fall thousands of walkers walk in their communities to increase public awareness about hearing loss, help eradicate the stigma associated with it and raise funds for programs and services.