Resources.

These are mission-aligned organisations which have great career resources or opportunities for the Yellow Eve community – we think you will love them just as much as we do!

  • The Girl’s Network – “We partner with secondary schools and colleges across Greater London, Sussex, the South Coast, the West Midlands, Greater Manchester, Tyne and Wear, Tees Valley and Merseyside, to match girls aged 14-19 with a volunteer mentor who is a woman.”
  • Smart Works – “We are a UK charity that exists to give women the confidence they need to reach their full potential, secure employment and change the trajectory of their lives.”
  • The Speak Female podcast – The Podcast that is on a mission to empower, coach and educate women and allies around the world to become more confident, knowledgeable and to have the opportunity to listen to real subjects they can either relate to or learn something from.
  • Squiggly Careers resources – courses designed to develop the skills you need to succeed in a squiggly career. Sessions will unlock your thinking and leave you inspired to take action.
  • Pregnant then screwed – A charity dedicated to ending the motherhood penalty, supporting tens of thousands of women each year, and successfully campaigning for change.
  • Young Women’s Trust – A feminist organisation working to achieve economic justice for young women. Our Work It Out coaching service supports young women to make plans for the future. We campaign for young women’s equality in the workplace and our research examines what young women’s lives are really like.
  • Flexa Jobs – Discover employers with the best working environments. Whether you’re looking for remote companies, dog-friendly offices, flexible hours, or the ability to work from anywhere, we’ve got your back.
  • Work180 – On the WORK180 job board, it’s the employers who need to impress. We only list jobs from employers who meet our endorsement standards and are committed to helping women thrive.
  • Women In Tech – A career advice site, featuring the latest job opportunities, event listings, mentorships, and guides for women working in technology.
  • Girls Who Code – Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organisation which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.
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