A Social Enterprise helping you navigate

A Social Enterprise helping you navigate the adult world

Finances | Networking | Confidence

Our Pillars

Finances

Become financially literate 

Networking

Confidence

Become a better relationship builder

Become bold and vocal

About Us

What Matters CIC launched early 2020 to help up-skill young adults in areas which aren’t taught in mainstream education.

We work with young adults, providing practical and transferable skills in Finance management, Confidence Building & Networking to equip young people for adult life.

Through unique workshops & events alongside our dynamic video classes we help young adults to improve their financial management, confidence and networking skills to help them reach their full potential.

What Matters CIC– Teaching the lessons that will last a life time.

Our Team & Volunteers 

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Do you have an entitlement problem?

"A level of entitlement is necessary to overcome imposter syndrome and allow you to elevate in rooms you once felt wasn't for you"

… [I]indicators of social class, namely occupation and educational qualifications, tell only half of the story of class experiences in education.

They are more completely understood in terms of confidence and entitlement in relation to education, the amount of knowledge and information about the school system that families have, the social networks that families have access to, wealth or lack of it; but also whether you come to school with a family history of educational success and recognition, or with a sense that education is not something you and your family are good at.

Reay, Social class and education

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@thejama1

''Consistent discipline > consistent motivation! Hadn’t thought of that, thank you What Matters''

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