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 Unveiling the STEP Project in Kilcooley

The STEP Project,  funded through the Department of Communities, heralds a new era of opportunity for women in Kilcooley community. This innovative initiative is tailored to equip women with essential skills and development tools, fostering personal growth, and bolstering confidence to navigate the evolving landscape of employment.

At its core, the STEP Project aims to bridge the gap between aspiration and achievement. Through meticulously crafted training modules, participants gain transferrable skills essential for success in today’s competitive job market. From honing CVs to mastering the art of job searching and interview preparation, the project offers personalised one-on-one employability sessions designed to amplify each woman’s strengths and potential.

But the STEP Project is more than just a skills development program; it’s a catalyst for lifelong learning. By providing access to a diverse array of academic and vocational courses, participants are empowered to pursue their passions and expand their horizons, opening doors to new career pathways and opportunities previously deemed out of reach.

Moreover, the project places a strong emphasis on personal development, recognizing that true empowerment extends beyond the realm of professional skills. Confidence-building sessions serve as a cornerstone, nurturing self-assurance and resilience in the face of challenges, while volunteering opportunities instill a sense of community engagement and social responsibility.

As the STEP Project unfolds, it serves not only as a beacon of hope for individual women but also as a testament to the transformative power of community-driven initiatives. By investing in the potential of women, we pave the way for a brighter, more inclusive future, where every individual has the opportunity to thrive and succeed.

Join us on this journey , one step at a time. For more information Contact Lisa on 02891478292