The Ladder Alliance, based in Fort Worth, Texas, empowers women victims of domestic violence and low–income women with the tools to lead self-reliant, successful and independent lives.
Providing women victims of domestic violence and low–income women with the tools to lead self-reliant, successful and independent lives.
Learn computer navigation basics, keyboarding, Microsoft Word and Excel, internet and e-mail functionality.
Learn the Math, Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies and Science necessary to sit for the High School Equivalency (Formerly GED) exam.
A shop for students re-entering the workforce that provides appropriate attire for the office and interviews.
“Thanks to The Ladder Alliance, I received a promotion and a salary increase as well. I am currently pursuing an Associate of Applied Science at Tarrant County College for Nursing. After Tarrant County College I plan to pursue my Bachelor of Science.”
“The Ladder Alliance gave me computer skills, people skills, professional skills and self-esteem. I was so motivated to continue with my education that I went from a CNA to a message therapist. I currently earn more than $600.00 a week.”
“After I attended The Ladder Alliance, I pursued my education and I went from working as a teacher’s aide, to now a teacher at Arlington ISD.”
“If this program was just all about learning some skills, I don’t know that I could have pushed myself through it. Thankfully, these women avail themselves of so much more. They are cheerleaders, cheering us on when we feel depleted of strength.”