Nine Women Change Their Lives Through NOSW

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 6/22/2013 10:44 pm
     Gina Caudill is undergoing a life changing transformation.

     Three weeks ago Caudill was scared, without hope and at times even homeless.

     Caudill turned to the New Opportunity School for Women.

     It's there that she's learned how to make it on her own.

    The NOSW has been helping Appalachian women like Caudill for 25 years.

     Each class that comes in learns a variety of skills from computer basics, public speaking, job search strategies and even self esteem.

     For the past 21 days Gina and her eight classmates lived, ate and grew together.

     On Saturday they even graduated together and are ready to take on the world.

     If you would like to know more about the New Opportunity School for Women, you can click on the link to their website below.

        New Opportunity School for Women
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