Information and Support for Schools in Worcestershire

Young Enterprise

Many young people are not developing the skills they need for their future. Over 790,000 are not in education or employment and employers are reporting they don’t have the right skills.

Young Enterprise work with young people and support them to develop the employability skills that employers demand, by delivering enterprise and financial education programmes in schools, colleges and universities.

Young Enterprise programmes offer a journey, from gaining knowledge, through to developing skills and changing attitudes, arming young people with the confidence knowledge and skills to succeed. From CV writing and interview preparation skills, to understanding how to manage money and even setting up and running a real business for a year.

Young Enterprise programmes are delivered with the support of a network of 7,000 local, experienced business advisers, giving young people the chance to learn from a professional. They help educational centres develop links with their local business community, and have staff on hand to fully support their programmes.

To learn more about the variety of programmes available in Worcestershire or to get your school involved:

Phone: Julia Neale

Visit the website:

Young Enterprise

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