The YES Project team continued to support NEET YP in education, employment and training outcomes by working creatively and collaboratively with their partners and business volunteers.
This quarter we resumed our World of work tours with a visit to Everyone Active in Wigston, where our young people got insight into what it is like to work in the leisure industry. Our young people left feeling inspired, we plan on delivering monthly World of Work Tours throughout 2022.
The Yes Team continued to have GET STUFF done and delivered specific employability sessions, including CV Clinics and Job Search & Apply workshops. We have seen that Participants are re-engaging with the project and achieving successful outcomes into employment and training.
We worked collectively and reached the bottom of the waiting list of referrals, signing up more participants and being able to support delivery partners with more cross-referrals
It was interesting, the advice they’ve given us and learning why they chose the industry whether it was retail, fitness or lifeguarding was inspiring.Participant after attending WoW Tour
We have continued to build and strengthen relationships and partnerships with key organisations across the City and County, helping with plans for activity in 2022, YES Project Development Officer joined Head of CYP on visit to the Way of the Horse, with an aim of developing joint partnership bid to SHIRE community grants in the new year.
It was helpful to create a good CV and learn to accurately job search. I am now open to other possibilities and not stuck on one thing. For next year I just want to keep applying for jobs.”YES Participant