CVGT provide a service for people living with a health condition or disability to find sustainable employment. We are all about getting people jobs!
Dress for Success Hobart is part of a global movement of change, empowering women to obtain economic independence by providing them with work-appropriate attire, job support mentoring, access to career development workshops and a supportive network to enable them to move forward and achieve self-sufficiency through gainful employment.
Engender Equality offers a range of specialist family violence training packages for community groups and organisations, corporate workplaces, and other groups across the state.
Equal Opportunity Tasmania aims to foster a society free of discrimination, prejudice, bias and prohibited conduct.
Hamlet is a non-for-profit social enterprise cafe in Hobart. We source local and seasonal produce for our breakfast, lunch, catering and functions options. We also provide work experience opportunities to people in our community facing barriers to employment.
An inclusive fitness facility with top end coaching at budget prices
Respect at Work provides workplace training and discussion about respect, inclusion, diversity, fairness and mentally safe environments. Respect at Work also facilitates LGBTIQ+ awareness in workplaces.
Scarlet Alliance Tasmanian Sex Worker Project is run by sex workers, for sex workers.
The St Vincent de Paul Society was founded by a 20-year old student named Frederic Ozanam in 1833. It was established by like-minded individuals who wished to put their faith into action. This compassionate outlook, enthusiasm and vision continues today across Australia, and throughout Tasmania. There are thousands of people who every day share their time, care for humanity and energy to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged people all around the State.
SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY works to promote positive mental health and prevent suicide by normalising conversations about mental health and encouraging people to seek help when they need it.
TasTAFE Student Support services are available for all students and aim to make the TasTAFE learning experience easier. We recognise and respect individual differences and value the unique experiences, knowledge and skills that all students bring. TasTAFE has students who come from all parts of Tasmania both rural and urban, from other states of Australia and from many countries across the world and are diverse in gender, gender identity, abilities, caring commitments, languages, ethnicity, cultural background, age, sexual orientation and religious beliefs.