Smart Works Featured in First Minister’s Advisory Council on Women and Girls

We are very pleased to be featured as part of the First Minister’s National Advisory Council on Women & Girls. The advisory council was formed with the aim of progressing gender equality for women and girls across Scotland – #GenerationEqual.

We are delighted to be highlighted for our work in tackling gendered poverty. We provide women with interview clothes and training – last year 70% of the women we spoke to after their appointment went on to get the job. Read the full case study here.

Smart Works Edinburgh has been helping women into work since 2014, and we aim to see 350 women this year.

To find out more about supporting Smart Works Edinburgh click here. If you know a woman who may benefit from Smart Works click here.