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Gloria Soverini

OUR PILLARS

Together with the women in our network, community organizations, and professionals, we have developed three unique programs designed to meet our participants where they are at.

I. TRAINING AND APPRENTICESHIP

Showcasing Capacity

Through hands-on training and exercises that build up individual self esteem and teamwork skills, our training program is designed uniquely to provide soft and hard skills training that will help our women to succeed in the marketplace. 

II. COMMUNITY NETWORK

Increasing Motivation

Having a community builds resilience, allowing individuals to perform better long-term. We create occasions to surround ourselves with a supportive community network in order to strengthen the resilience, not only of the women in our program, but the entire group.

III. WORKFORCE OPPORTUNITY

Providing Opportunity

Through our training, participants gain valuable and marketable skills to join the workforce. We provide our women a platform to showcase their skills, and support them as they get connected with the next step on their journey.

 

OUR PROGRAMS

Seamstress

During the coronavirus pandemic we seized an opportunity to think more broadly about our services. We began training and employing women to sew face masks from home, and since have produced thousands for our community.

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Gloria Soverini

Culinary Training Program

Three month paid culinary training program teaching technical and non-technical skills, created by industry professional, Chef Jessica Rosval head chef of Casa Maria Luigia by Massimo Bottura. 

 
 

Social enterprise restaurant and co-working space showcasing the cultural diversity of Modena's migrant women while training them for good jobs in the hospitality industry and sharing their cultural cuisine with the local community.

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