£75,000 over three years has been awarded to We Rise for their Access All Areas project. We Rise is a Brixton based community business established in 2016, offering careers programmes to inspire successful futures. This grant will help deliver a three year programme to 20 at risk of NEET pupils, working with them from year 9 through to year 11. The programme offers one-to-one coaching, workshops, employer visits, work experience and work based learning to Black Caribbean boys at two Lambeth Schools with the aim of raising achievement, motivation and career aspirations.
£75,000 over three years has been awarded to Construction Youth Trust for their Early Intervention Employer-led Engagement Programme, which gives young people access to training, education and employment opportunities in the construction industry. This grant will help the programme aims of improving the employment prospects of disadvantaged year 10 pupils at two Lambeth Schools by introducing them to the world of work at an earlier stage and showing a 'clear line of sight' into careers suited to their particular skills and interests.
£25,000 over one year was awarded to Bright Centres for their Moving On project. This project will provide workshops to help young people from local secondary schools and from the after-school club build employability, team-working and communication skills. It will also provide opportunities for corporate volunteers to meet up directly with the young people. Additionally it will broker opportunities for school pupils to access work experience and 18-25s to access graduate employment opportunities in the City.
We have made a grant of £18,190 to Future Frontiers to continue delivering its bespoke careers coaching programme to Year 11 pupils at Lilian Baylis Technology School. Coaching is delivered by university students or corporate volunteers, followed by workshops and assemblies designed to develop an ethos of aspiration and achievement across the year group.
£18,190 over one year to Future Frontiers towards their bespoke careers coaching for Year 11 pupils at Lilian Baylis Technology School. This is delivered by university students or corporate volunteers, followed by workshops, assemblies and a careers networking event designed to develop an ethos of aspiration and achievement across the year group.
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