Charity launches programme to get unemployed women back into work

WeMindTheGap chief executive Rachel Clacher with Liverpool's deputy mayor, Ann O'Byrne
A charity that works to get unemployed young women back into employment through education and training, has launched in Liverpool. WeMindTheGap offers unemployed women a six month paid traineeship, many who have been referred by local agencies such as Leaving Care, Youth Justice, homeless centres, Women’s Aid, housing associations, local charities, as well as the Job Centre. First piloted in North Wales, the scheme has proven to create social mobility in young women who otherwise had become completely reliant on the state for ... For the full story register now for free or login below...