The Woman's Club of San Antonio
The Woman’s Club of San Antonio supports the Department of Services for Women and Non-Traditional Students at San Antonio College in San Antonio. This department provides services for women and non-traditional students including single parents, displaced homemakers, first-generation college students, residents of public housing, dislocated workers, and other individuals needing support to succeed in a college environment.
A wide range of services are offered to include academic advisement, academic skills development, career counseling, transportation and textbook assistance for qualified participants, childcare referrals, parenting support programs, workshops, educational re-entry services, community resource referrals, scholarship resources, employability skills development, GED services, outreach conferences, and other special programming.
Services are designed to empower women and other non-traditional populations to enter college, to retain their courses, and to complete their programs of study.
The Woman’s Club donated $10,000 in 2013 to support scholarships for students through this department. Those scholarships will be awarded in October on the campus.
Official charities of The Woman’s Club of San Antonio are:
*Respite Care of San Antonio
*Volunteer Service Council, San Antonio State Hospital
During the 2016-2017 club year the following were monthly charity focuses. At each meeting of the club, a specific charity is supported through material gifts as well as donations of money by club members.
October Latin American Heritage Society
November Ronald McDonald House
December Salvation Army
January Animal Defense League
February Humane Society
March San Antonio Food Bank
April Viola's Huge Heart Foundation
May American Cancer Society
June San Antonio State Hospital