The International Women’s Day event was the second annual celebration in Worcester. Read the article here.
It was a hula-hoop — yes, a hula-hoop — that changed it all for Worcester resident Sarah Daly.
Advocates say Latino victims of domestic violence are less likely to seek help, especially those who immigrated to the United States, because of a variety of cultural, legal and practical concerns.
WORCESTER — Worcester Polytechnic Institute alumnus Zachary Gendreau ’14, now a graduate student, and Matthew Barry, a mental health counselor at WPI’s Student Development and Counseling Center, were recognized at the annual YWCA Daybreak Breakfast Oct. 24 at the College of the Holy Cross with its Great Guys Award.
There are a lot of good people in the WPI community. Even great ones. And two who have devoted much of their time and efforts toward ending, and educating about sexual assault and domestic violence were recognized by Worcester’s YWCA Daybreak for their efforts.
The YWCA, through its many community programs, has gained recognition in being a community support organization. Find out what the news and media outlets are saying about us.