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Sex Workers and New Ambitions Project (SNAP)

Fed up with what you’re doing?

Feel like a change from sex working?

Do you need support and training to achieve your employment goals alongside or outside of sex working?

What can I expect from the programme?

  • One-to-one mentoring
  • Professional Coaching to explore your skills and goals
  • Support into work experience and volunteering
  • Training on CVs, Applications, Job Searching
  • Peer Support
  • Confidential one-to-one support on a range of employment issues

What will I gain?

  • New skills such as budgeting, financial management, presentation and communication skills.
  • Opportunity to explore alternative work options.
  • Up to date references.
  • Workplace IT Skills (Microsoft Office, Databases).
  • Networking opportunities.
  • Meeting new people.


SNAP is not currently accepting applications.

Our funders

Funding for the project was provided by Barclays as part of their 5 Million Young Futures commitment and the model is based on Terrence Higgins Trust’s successful Work Positive programme, which helps people living with HIV who are long term unemployed find ways of getting back into work.