Partnership Announcement between Founders4Schools and The Prince’s Trust Scotland
17 Jan 2019

We are delighted to announce the partnership which has been set up between The Prince’s Trust Scotland and Founders4Schools.

We are delighted to announce the partnership which has been set up between The Prince’s Trust Scotland and Founders4Schools. As ambassadors for student employability, Founders4Schools and Prince's Trust will facilitate student-employer encounters by enabling Prince’s Trust advisers to invite business leaders to Achieve and Mosaic clubs . These leaders will talk to students about the jobs they might hold or create in the future, about paths to employment and the skills required to succeed. Every young person should have the chance to succeed. The Prince’s Trust helps young people aged 11 to 30 to transform their lives by developing the confidence and skills to live, learn and earn. Many of the young people The Prince's Trust helps are not fulfilling their full potential in school, education and may face additional barriers to employment. The partnership between Founders4Schools and The Prince's Trust is another key tool in helping young people achieve their goals. We will do this through The Prince’s Trust Scotland partnership page which allows Prince’s trust advisers to engage with Founders4Schools volunteer business leaders, who have signed up to Founders4Schools in order to help young people enter the World of Work. In the first instance this partnership will operate in Glasgow City, where Prince’s Trust advisers will have access to over 600 Founders4Schools volunteers. The partnership will focus initially upon 6 school Achieve clubs in Glasgow and upon particular highlight events within both the Achieve and Mosaic programmes. We look forward to extending the programme in due course.

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