We know how challenging it might be for young people to get on the right career path. We have been there too.
That’s why we have a whole dedicated team working passionately to help young people in Ealing aged 16 to 30 to build a better future for themselves.
We can help you with finding a course, traineeships, apprenticeship, Kickstart role or just making the right career choices. Take a step to a better career now.
Are you aged 16-24 and on Universal Credit? Find a paid six-month work placement to help you gain skills and experience to find work.
See how you can start a rewarding career, inspiring real-life stories and resources if you are already an apprentice.
Ealing youth and connexions service can empower and inspire you to make positive life choices and provide advice and support.
Various employment and sector-based work academy programmes that can help you find or get back into work.
Various programmes by West London College to help those NEET to gain knowledge and experience to find a good job, an apprenticeship or further training.
Fully funded 12-week programme of mentoring and practical skills employers are looking for. Starting in April 2022, you will explore data, marketing, finance, innovation, teamwork and diversity.
Contact our young people’s team for help with finding the right opportunity for you on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 8825 6234.
Gain new skills and qualifications so you can get ready for work or improve your career prospects.
If you need help with finding a job, we can direct you to a local provider.
Keep an eye on our job vacancies page and sign up for emails and texts to hear when job opportunities come.
Discover free and informative virtual and face-to-face events to help you get ready for work or find your next career opportunity.
See how you can help young people and be the opportunity for them.
Keep an eye on our vacancies page and register for alerts to hear about opportunities, including apprenticeships.
Sign up for emails and texts to hear about opportunities, skill development and apprenticeships.