Young people in the West Midlands — get your voice heard on employment and education

A dozen organisations working together as the Inclusive Growth Partnership** are running 3 youth innovation workshops in Birmingham next week and currently in fully recruiting mode for young people.

The workshops are about…

What Works For Young People?

Who should attend:

  • 16- 24 year olds
  • Recently employed or looking for a job. 
  • Thinking about what a career might look like for you or your generation?


The organisers want your opinions, views and stories on what employment and education opportunities are out there.

Join them for a relaxed and creative session exploring these topics with other young people in your area. This is a chance to influence what happens in your city, for you and for all young people. Participants will receive:

  • £10 voucher
  • Blurb for your CV
  • Get your travel paid free
  • Get a certificate of participation
  • Help drive change in your community
  • Free refreshments


The events are being held as follows — click the links for more information and to book:

Chelmsley Wood (26th September) 
→ Sparkhill (26th September) 
→ Washwood Heath (27th September) 
→ Dudley (28th September)

** Organised by: O2, Accenture, Movement to Work, Prince’s Trust, Big Lottery Fund, Cabinet Office, West Midlands Combined Authority, Youth Employment UK, DCMS, Beatfreeks, UnLtd

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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