YWCA Adelaide is proud to announce a new project, funded by Julia Farr MS Mcleod Benevolent Fund:
YWCA Adelaide’s Y Connect seeks to empower young women living with disabilities and progress their goals for employment or career development.
This free 10 week mentoring and workshop program will build participants knowledge and use of their personal strengths, set goals and develop confidence, while being supported to engage in a mainstream women’s organisation. Y Connect aims to expand networks and build personal professional development of these young women.
- Fortnightly face to face leadership development workshops over first 3 months
- One to one mentoring match
- Group speed mentoring event
- Connection with YWCA Adelaide
- Ongoing support
YWCA Adelaide are now seeking participants and mentors to join Y Connect
Are you a young woman living with disabilities?
Are you interested in a program that helps your chances of finding employment or progressing your career?
Would you like to meet and connect with other women who share similar experiences?
Places are limited and some eligibility criteria applies. We encourage you to contact us to discuss further and express interest in the program.
Mentoring Plus for Y Connect – Applications Open
The Y Connect program is currently looking for experienced women to make their knowledge and networks available to assist a young woman living with disability to develop her strengths and progress her work or career goals.
Previous experience or knowledge of working in disability is not essential. YWCA Adelaide welcomes expressions of interest from experienced women interested in supporting and empowering a young woman living with disability. YWCA Adelaide will provide training for ‘Mentoring Plus’ and ongoing support over the life of the match.
For more information please contact:
call or text: 82039400 or 0437 650 946