See also Kickstart Community Forum
- 20/05/2021 - The ERSA Youth Employment Forum and Bulletin
- 28/04/2021 - Kickstart Gateways - We Need Your Help With ASK SETH
- 27/04/2021 - Be part of the National Youth Covid Recovery Programme
Impetus: Youth Jobs Gap - NEET Dashboards
In case you missed it...
The Youth Employment Forum met on on 7 September, you can watch the meeting again here and download the slides and supporting materials below.
Youth Futures Foundation
IES: What Works for Youth Hubs - slides
GMCA: GM ESF and Youth Employment - slides
ERSA members, please register for the membership area (BETA version) – https://membership.ersa.org.uk/login and await further instructions to get your organisation profile set up!
Good Work and Opportunities for All
On 22 April, ERSA supported by the Youth Futures Foundation delivered a series of virtual sessions for delivery organisations. Catch up here.
We are Rising to the Youth Employment Challenge #YE220221
On Monday 22 February, ERSA supported by Youth Futures Foundation delivered a one day virtual conference bringing together commissioners, youth policy experts and grassroot delivery organisations. Along with the voices of young people a summary and resources from the day can be found here.
The ERSA Employability Awards 2020, more details here https://ersa.org.uk/ERSAAwards20
2020’s winner: The Prince’s Trust
The Prince’s Trust works in partnership with NHS Scotland to expand opportunities for sustainable youth employment within the health service, supporting the recruitment and retention of entry level clinical, social care, and non-clinical roles. Since October 2018, The Trust have helped unlock young talent, many of whom never felt confident enough or believed they had the necessary skills or qualifications to apply for a job with the NHS, to provide accessible employability pathways into the health service that will ultimately support the sustainability of the NHS workforce.
Also highly commended in this category
- London Zoo - Zoological Society of London, nominated by Unity Works
2019’s winner: East London Business Alliance (ELBA) – The Parity Project
The Parity Project connects Young Black Men to sustainable employment in corporate sectors. During its pilot phase (Oct 17 - Oct 18), the project engaged 100 young men and supported over half (52) participants into sustainable professional careers, as well as a further 14 into internships and work placements. Parity facilitated employability interventions and job brokerage with leading firms in Canary Wharf and the City, enabled impactful relationships via the Parity Mentoring programme and networking events.
Youth Employment Group
ERSA is a member of this group, more details can be found at https://impetus.org.uk/youth-employment-group including ways you can contribute.
Kickstart roundtable with the DWP and next steps