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Promoting an open space for collaboration, growth and connection in an ever more virtual work setting.
Promote and hold monthly meetings to build connections
Attend various WIT events across the industry, both virtual and in-person
Organise Teams groups to share inspiring and motivational content
Empowering women within Brovanture, through skill development, opportunities and recognition of our work.
At over 40%, we’re proud to say our gender balance is higher than the IT average and growing
Develop and implement ideas for company change as a group
Dedicated soft skills courses, geared towards female management and career progression
Providing support for charities aiming to help women around the world
Arrange charity fundraisers for carefully chosen charities
Chosen charity 1 – Community Chest ZA (see below)
Chosen charity 2 – Young Women’s Trust UK (see below)
women@brovanture is a female employee group dedicated to the betterment of all women through education, opportunity creation and charitable work. We would love to hear from other groups and women about what you are doing and how we might work together to achieve our common aims. To contact us please use the contact page on this website or click on the email icon at the right hand side of any page. Make sure to include women@brovanture in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Community Chest’s vision of a country where all individuals and families reach their human potential is based on the fundamentality of access to Health, Education, Income-Generation and Community Development. These 4 key strategic focus areas facilitate social change to inspire a citizenship that is active, engaged and impactful.
We believe in investing financial resources and training in the development of ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP across all sectors of society.
Young Women’s Trust offers support to young women aged 18 to 30, who are living on low or no pay and want to build a better future, through Work It Out. Work It Out is a free service that offers coaching and personalised feedback on CV and job applications.
We campaign for young women’s equality in the workplace, explore the issues that young women face such as the income gap and discrimination and, through our research, examine the challenges young women face. Our work is supported by corporate partners and charitable grants as well as fundraising activities and donations.
Young women are at the centre of the charity’s work: leading, designing and participating.