EMPower is a life-changing coaching program that gives women the skills and confidence to thrive and achieve greater economic freedom.
Focused on long-term goals, EMPower guides women in setting and achieving goals across life domains including family and housing, career and education, finances, and health and wellbeing.
EMPower (Economic Mobility Power) is a program developed by Juno, based closely on a highly successful model created by Boston-based organisation, EMPath. EMPath is known worldwide for their coaching approach, which uses a breakthrough economic mobility model to support people on low incomes to reach economic independence.
Economic mobility refers to people’s ability to improve their economic status over the course of their lifetimes. Economic mobility requires access not only to income, assets, training, and employment, but also more intangible resources like power — the ability to make choices for yourself and influence others — and social inclusion. – U.S. Partnership on Mobility from Poverty.
Juno’s EMPower Coaches work in partnership with women who have experienced homelessness or family violence, supporting them to recover from the impacts of trauma and build strong, economically secure and thriving futures for themselves and their families.
Through one-on-one coaching, each woman builds a clear and achievable plan, or ‘bridge to self-sufficiency’, to achieve their goals in the identified areas.
Some of the many amazing outcomes of the coaching journey include connecting to dream careers, finding work, becoming financially independent, paying off debts and securing affordable housing.
‘The future looked like a jigsaw before I joined EMPower, and now all of the pieces are slowly, carefully and happily being put into place.’ – EMPower Participant
If you would like to find out more about EMPower, contact Tessa on email@example.com
You can meet one of our EMPower Coaches, Tessa, in this article.
Read more about the EMPower coaching model here.
This project is proudly funded by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, Phyllis Connor Memorial Trust (administered by Equity Trustees) and The Erdi Foundation.