National Citizen Service (NCS) graduates from South Gloucestershire and Stroud are working with Prospects to help shape the future of the NCS programme in the area.
Beth was in her second year at Loughborough University, when she felt her time in education was fast approaching an end and she was at a stage where the question: ‘What do you want to do as a career?’ actually required an answer. To gain experience she joined Prospects as an intern. Here is Beth's story.
When Lisa Ferguson of local firm Prospects spotted a brand-new £5 note among the donations for the company’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support she knew it was worth more than its face value.
The rate of unemployment for disabled people deprives the UK of some outstanding talent says Prospects Chief Executive, Nick Bell, as he highlighted Sarah’s story, an intern currently working at the education, employment and training company.
There are 1.1 billion girls in the world forming a large and vibrant global generation poised to take on the future.