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Applications for June are open!

Are you ready to gain the confidence, skills, networks, knowledge and experiences needed to lead financially independent and happy lives?

You Make It is looking for amazing women aged 18-30, living in East London to apply for one of 25 sponsored places worth £5000 on our 6-month creative and holistic empowerment programme starting this Summer.

Each place gives a woman access to:

  • 3 months of weekly workshops that rotate across exciting London venues led by professionals from creative, cultural and entrepreneurial backgrounds.
  • 6 months of 1-1 mentoring with professionals from creative, cultural and city employers
  • Expenses paid work placements in dynamic, creative companies & charities. 
  • Trading Places, a training opportunity for creatives on the programme to test their products at a famous London market. 
  • Ladies’ Den, a business competition for emerging entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas to an expert panel with the chance of winning investment and support.
  • Graduation, a celebration and networking event where women will speak with confidence and authenticity about their journey. 

If you’re currently unemployed or in part-time/casual work you could have a chance of getting one of our limited places.

If you would like to apply, please follow this link to find out more and apply now!

If you have any further questions feel free to pop an e-mail to roxi@you-make-it.org or call us on 07398770272.

Good luck!

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I believe in the ethos of the YMI programme. I think that in the current social climate it is important to foster and develop the minds of the future generations. 
Tasharna Francis, YMI Alumni