GLOW

GLOW

Unit B1/1 1st Floor, Old Mill, Conway Mill,
5 - 7 Conway Street
Belfast
BT13 2DE
United Kingdom

GLOW is a Northern Ireland based charity committed to addressing the pressing mental health, self-esteem and confidence needs of women in our community.

GLOW’s work tackles these problems by providing specialised programmes focusing on mental health, empowerment and building self-esteem in women and young girls.  Our programmes use life coaching and cognitive behavioural therapy tools and techniques that empower women to think more clearly and positively.  Our programmes are delivered in a safe and comfortable environment, allowing each participant to share, experience, encourage and take action to build their confidence and self-esteem.

 

The Real Me is GLOW’s personal development programmes for women aged 18+.  We aim to equip women with life skills that will enable them to make positive life chances and begin living a life with purpose.  No matter what background, all women face issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, a sense of hopelessness and a lack of identity.  The Real Me tackles these issues with a tailored programme depending on the needs of the women.

LILY is a personal development programme designed and delivered by Glow NI. The programme focuses on early intervention and aims to build self esteem and self confidence in girls and young women aged 10-13. The programme runs for 6-8 weeks and looks at the many issues facing young women in Northern Ireland and takes steps to help them build resilience and create better futures. What makes this programme unique is that it has been developed through the eyes of young women themselves and uses a gender conscious approach to facilitate early intervention that is specific to females.

Fearless and Female aims to educate young women (aged 14 - 17 years) and give them the tools they need to be self-aware, confident and develop positive mental health habits.  The programme focuses on three key modules: Personal Development and mental health; gender equality and empowerment.  The programme aims to equip young girls with the tools and support they need to navigate the complexities of adolescence while fostering a sense of fearlessness and empowerment in their mental health journey.

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Job | Part Time

Youth Worker (part-time)

GLOW

£21,708 per annum (pro- rata based on 25 hours per week)
Belfast

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Type of Organisation

Other

NI Charity Number

NI104660

Team

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