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Women Supporting Women

Power With A Purpose (PWAP) provides support to women in Montgomery County who are in employment transition through the Employment, Advancement and Retention Network (EARN).

As women transition back into the workforce it is an opportunity for personal growth.  A new role can give a sense of accomplishment and independence but also may present challenges.  In many cases the stress of maintaining multiple roles and demands as a working woman can also impact physical, emotional and social well-being.

PWAP is unique program that will give EARN participants access to professional women from various business industries and at different stages of their careers, who will serve as conversation leaders and mentors. This will provide the women with the peer networking and mentorship they need to succeed in re-entering the workforce.

PWAP allows women to support and empower each other, ultimately enabling them to gain independence and financial stability through family-sustaining wage occupations.

PWAP Programs

Empower(ment) Hour:

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One hour virtual group discussion hosted by successful women in their careers to share experience and encourage conversation on issues such as work-life balance, self-care and belonging.

  • Wednesday, January 10, 2024 | Topic:  Life Skills: Promoting Independence in Children | Registration is closed
  • Wednesday, January 24, 2024 | Topic: Positive Parenting:  Developing Your Child’s Self-Esteem | Registration is closed.
  • Wednesday, February 14, 2024 | Topic: Being Mindful and Setting Goals | Click here to register
  • Wednesday, February 28, 2024 | Topic: Building Resilience and Believing in Yourself | Click here to register

Do you have a topic you would like to discuss in an Empowerment Hour?  Email us your suggestions at


Cup of Coffee

A one-time casual virtual or in-person meeting that matches returning workers with a woman in their field of work or area of interest for a conversation and a new connection.



Mentors can provide help in guiding women through the challenges they confront in transition back to work. The opportunity to discuss candidly and confidentially concerns, difficulties, and aspirations with an empathetic experienced person can make a profound difference in a woman's career.


Contact the Chamber at 215.362.9200 to enroll in a Cup of Coffee or Mentoring program.