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OUR Youth projects

Stronger Futures

Stronger Futures is a program for 14 -19year old's looking to learn new skills and improve their chances of getting a job. This course covers a multitude of activities which are geared to unlock and develop new skills. These skills will provide young people with an advantage when it comes to applying for jobs and interviews in the future. Participants had to create and pitch a social action project of their own choosing to a panel of judges. After being awarded a prize sum, they were responsible for running, delivering and managing the project. The final part of this program entailed a 4week employability skills course. Young people had to undertake workshops, develop a CV, attend a job fair and take part in an interview. 

Below showcases a few images from our sessions:

Spaces Made Safer 

Spaces Made Safer! this is a project aimed at ages 10-19. Football Coaching and Employability opportunities are available throughout the year. This project runs every Friday Night 6pm - 8pm. You will have fun and learn from professional coaches aiming to improve your football skills. This session is absolutely free and all you need to do is come down. We are located at Salisbury Hall playing fields, Walthamstow Avenue E4 8ST.

Below showcases a few images from our sessions:

Headstart Action

We delivered this program in 2021, which involved supporting NEET young people in the borough of Waltham Forest. Participants had to create and pitch a social action project of their choosing to a panel of judges. After being awarded a prize sum they were responsible for running, delivering and managing the project. The final part of this project entailed a 4week employability skills course. Young people had to undertake workshops, attend a job fair and take part in an interview. 

Below showcase a few images from the event:

East London Leaders

We delivered this programme in 2019, which involved supporting young people from five East London boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Newham, Waltham Forest, Redbridge and Barking & Dagenham. Participants explored what local identity means to them through projects and campaigns that had a positive impact on their local community and amplified their voice to get their message heard.

Below showcase a few images from the event: