Working Chance. Unlocking Women's Potential.
What we do
Employability support for women with convictions. From CVs and interview practice to help disclosing your conviction and boosting your confidence, we're here to help.
We try our hardest to help every woman who comes to us to find a job that suits her skills, aspirations and needs.
We work with policymakers and employers to break down the stigma, stereotypes and barriers that stop women with convictions getting jobs and progressing in careers.
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At Working Chance, we believe no woman should be held back by her past. That's why we support women with convictions to develop the confidence, self-belief and skills they need to succeed in the world of work and get their life on track. Employment is about more than just an income - it means the opportunity to show what you're good at and be appreciated, to have a shared purpose with others and to have structure in your daily life.
We work with employers of all sizes across the country to find opportunities for women that match their skills, aspirations and needs. Whether it's your first ever job or a career move, we're here to help.
Working Chance made me realise that I am a valuable member of society, that I am worthy of a career and that I have the necessary skills and experience to find meaningful employment.Hannah Working Chance Client
of our clients feel more hopeful about the future
women improved their employability last year
Want to diversify your workforce?
We work with organisations of all sizes and across all sectors to help them find dedicated and passionate staff. Our expert advisors can answer any questions you might have and guide you through the hiring process.
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We need your help
We rely on donations to help us continue our vital work and support more women to achieve their potential.