On Friday, 16 September, Prospects officially opened a new one-stop-shop for young people in Northampton, providing young people with a drop in centre where they can get information, help and advice about learning, employment, training and apprenticeships.
On Thursday (22 September) the Worshipful the Mayor, Councillor Rekha Shah, welcomed young people into the brand new centre which will be a central point for them to access support with education, training, employment and more.
Gloucestershire’s Members of Youth Parliament (MYP) have been active over the summer holidays representing young people from across the county. The parliamentarians kicked off their summer break attending the 16th sitting of the United Kingdom's Youth Parliament.
For many people being a volunteer provides a sense of self-worth, improving confidence, self esteem and social skills. Prospects, the employment, education, skills and care company, understands the importance of volunteering for many people wanting to return to work.
The National Careers Service in South Yorkshire, which Prospects delivers, has produced Labour Market Information (LMI) materials for local young people, in partnership with stakeholders.