Aspiring Women Program

 

Aspiring Women Program

Achieving Economic Independence

The Aspiring Women Program assists women experiencing homelessness into ongoing employment while also helping to tackle other significant challenges in their lives.

This innovative Program assists women in the East St Kilda and Dandenong communities who are homeless, at risk of homelessness and experiencing mental illness or family violence to build capacity and create pathways to education and sustainable employment.

Women are guided through the process of identifying their own unique strengths, talents, abilities and aspirations. Training and employment options will be highlighted that align with actual current and projected employment opportunities within the community. Hanover will broker education and employment placements to set participants on the path to financial independence.

Fact sheet for participants
If you would like join to the program, please download an expression of interest form.

A local agency or service provider may refer you to the program by completing the expression of interest together with you and sending it through on your behalf.

Alternatively you may self refer to the program.

Fact sheet for referral pathways
To refer a women to the Program please download an expression of interest form.

Fact sheet for employers
The Aspiring Women Program is committed to building a robust local workforce in the Dandenong and East St Kilda communities. We are seeking employers who are interested in participating in the Program.

Please contact Anne McBean, Project Coordinator on 0417 911 256.

For enquiries
Please email:
aspiringwomen@hanover.org.au

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