The Maumee Bay Club of the National Association of
Negro Business and Professional Women Clubs, Inc. (NANBPWC)
presented two students from Westfield – Mayfair School with
a “Job Preparedness” makeover on Wednesday, May 9, 2012.
They were awarded an interview makeover which followed
a creative game comprised of questions from the workshop
handouts. The students were 15-year-old Maia Colvin, a
freshman, and 16-year-old Tanesha Jennings, a sophomore.
The Maumee Bay Club collaborated with Just My Styl,
and Toledo Area Ministries Suitably Attired to complete
these awesome makeovers.
The girls were given the princess treatment by a team
of makeover professionals. Roxanne D. Jones (hair stylist)
donated services to create hair masterpieces. Jamie Harris
of Toledo Area Ministries -Suitably Attired so generously
provided the interview clothing, which the ministry received
through donations from the community.
The Maumee Bay Club extended their sincere appreciation
to everyone for their generous donations of time and
These Job Preparedness Workshops are a collaboration of
various programs that focus on bridging the gap for young
people seeking to enter into the world of employment. The
topics covered during these sessions include the following:
how to juggle school/work/family, how and where to find
employment, how to budget your income, how to prepare for
employment and best answers during an interview.
The organization has provided these workshops once a
month for a total of five months, each of which focused on a
different topic. This information was presented to
approximately 20 female students.
A special acknowledgement is extended to the following
members of the Maumee Bay Club for another job well done.
They are Sheray Hall, Anika McCants-Brown, India Springs,
Sakee Johnson and Sylvia Temple. Accolades are also given to
Tiffany Hairston and Dionnica Gaston for their support of
The president of the Maumee Bay Club is Gwendolyn
Wilson-Banks. The Vice President over club programs is
Tamesha Jennings and Maia Colvin