The HWNT Fort Worth is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before, and we are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Below are some of our most recent programs. Learn more about what we do, whom we help, and how we work daily to create a lasting impact.
LATINAS IN PROGRESS
HWNT Fort Worth’s esteemed education series, Latinas in Progress© (LIPFW), collaborates with area universities and colleges to motivate graduating high school Latinas toward achieving their dreams of a college degree. LIPFW acclimates participants to the rigors of college and equips them with tools that will enrich their personal and professional lives.
HWNT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
HWNT Fort Worth's Scholarship Program awards scholarships to Latinas In Progress (LIPFW) graduating seniors to help them achieve their higher educational goals. We appreciate your consideration in making a donation to ensure these motivated young women have a better opportunity to continue their studies toward obtaining a degree.
LIP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Hispanic Women's Network of Texas, Fort Worth Chapter (HWNT-FW) aims to mentor senior high school Latinas throughout their senior year and college journey to equip them with the means to succeed in their personal and professional lives through the Latinas in Progress™ (LIP) Education Series.
The LIP Education Series consists of six learning sessions, volunteer opportunities, and mentorship. The LIP Education Series enables students to:
Learn more about the college process;
Focus on writing skills;
Learn to be more assertive;
Learn about the importance of civic engagement;
Learn about healthy living and essential life skills.
The sessions are hosted at partner colleges and universities on one Saturday a month during the school year from September to March. LIP also exposes the participants to professional women who share their stories of overcoming adversity, achieving higher education, and their professional success. The sessions provide enriching learning experiences and access to opportunities, information, financial resources, and university exposure.