A Seat at the Table Inc. (ASATT Inc.) provides sponsored opportunities for young women to attend advocacy and leadership events, such as the UN International Women’s Day Breakfast. Recipients are young women aged 12 - 22 who attend a public high school and/or are seeking the services of youth organisations. Traditionally it is these young women that often face barriers to attending professional and personal development opportunities.
ASATT recognises the challenges for young women who are either disengaged, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and from regional or rural locations.
Programs such as ASATTs Transferring Skills to Work Program, uses interactive and out of the box group activities to tackle the misconceptions about the labour market, boost participant confidence and demonstrate that everyone has the inherent skills to contribute to the labour market at an entry level capacity. Skills from school, home, and anywhere in between are transferable and valuable to employers. The program also includes recruitment experts and local Shero’s who inspire with their stories and share some lessons learnt from their own experiences.
ASATT aims to deliver Transferring Skills to Work in School around Australia, starting with South Australia. Your support can help make this happen!