SYSTER Project is a comprehensive community based program designed to meet the needs of the underserved and disadvantaged women and girls in areas of high poverty.

This definition includes: 

  • Disadvantaged women within areas of high poverty
  • Victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, harassment and stalking
  • Reentry,  returning citizens and formerly incarcerated persons
  • Reentry, returning military veteran servicewomen 
  • High school drop-outs
  • Unemployed women
  • At-risk youth and teens
  • Transitional age youth

SYSTER Project moves women from the pathway to poverty by connecting them to pathways of job training, skill and competency certifications, job placement, career advancement, safe, decent, affordable housing and entrepreneurship opportunities.

SYSTER Project  preserves and creates jobs, promotes economic growth and supports housing and economic development while meeting the needs of the underserved and vulnerable communities.

SYSTER Project  responds to the complex needs of underserved children, women and their families through supportive services and comprehensive community collaborations from the private and public sectors.  Transitional - centered strategies help remove artificial and actual barriers to employability, entrepreneurship and creates pathways to self-sufficiency through career success, economic empowerment and overall community health, wellness and well-being.

Contact us to join the network of community based organizations and local community leaders working together, changing the world and making a difference one life at a time.

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