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Employment Initiative for 15-29 year olds

Read on to find out more about it...

About the Employment Initiative

If you or you know someone aged between 15-29 and have an interest in:

We have access to funding and we can support you with ALL of the above.

About the programme

Some of the ways we’ve helped include:

We provide you with a friendly personal mentor to help you identify training pathways and find placements to develop your experience and skills. In addition, we also have access to sports coaching or fitness qualifications to support your development.

If you are not currently in education, employment or formal training you can access support from the Youth Employment Initiative.

For an informal discussion, if you have any questions or if you just want a quick chat to find out if this is suitable for you or someone you know, please contact Ellen McMillan on 01642 342287 or email e.mcmillan@tees.ac.uk

To view the leaflet please click here

Meet Danny who joined us. He then went on to a Sports Apprenticeship with Street League.

Meet Dennis and hear his story

A bit more about the programme

The Tees Valley Pathways Programme will support 8,698 young people aged 15 to 29 across the Tees Valley who are unemployed, contract value is £25.38m with £9.52m from European Social Fund, £9.52m from Youth Employment Initiative and £6.34m of Match Funding. It is part-funded by the European Social Fund and supported under the Youth Employment Initiative.r inactive with the aim of progressing them into Education, Employment, Training or Self-Employment.  The programme is delivered by a consortium of organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary Sector. The overall con

The Tees Valley Routeways Programme will support 925 young people aged 15 to 29 across the Tees Valley who are unemployed or inactive with the aim of progressing them into Education, Employment, Training or Self-Employment.  The programme is delivered by a consortium of organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary Sector. The overall contract value is £2.67m with £1.00m from European Social Fund, £1.00m from Youth Employment Initiative and £0.67m of Match Funding. It is part-funded by the European Social Fund and supported under the Youth Employment Initiative.