It is often said that the best way to build self esteem and confidence is with accomplishment. The more we accomplish, the better we feel about ourselves.
For some, however, long term unemployment can impact a woman’s sense of accomplishment. It’s more likely to bring with it poverty, disadvantage, poor self esteem and low of motivation. These women need encouragement and support to take the steps they need to move into paid work.
“This grant will allow Dress for Success Mornington Peninsula to have a Career Centre housed in the same premises as our key service of Dressing and Styling women to prepare them for work. Through the workshops and ongoing career support provided at the centre, the potential for each woman to achieve financial independence and economic security will be greatly enhanced.”
– Marian Gandy, President
Groomed to Go Inc’s Dressed for Success MP Job Support Centre supports women who are unemployed with a range of personalised job workshops and training sessions. Located alongside the Dressed for Success boutique, women can access the dressing service as part of their preparation for employment.
Assisting young mothers to re-engage with education and strengthen their community networks.
A two day workshop focussing pressing issues in relation to gender equity in Australia.
Educating sufferers, service providers, medical professionals and community groups on the impacts of living with ME/CFS.
Assisting women living with a chronic illness to build their confidence in seeking employment.
So that in this lifetime we can be: