21/4/2017 2 Comments
We know that the vast majority of us care about young people, and at the same time UK business, it’s in all our interests that both do well. Bringing this together is education and careers education; our schools/colleges and training providers all want to help young people find the pathway that best suits them. Their work, on a daily basis concentrates on developing the skills of young people so they can take advantage of potential career opportunities.
The challenge is always to do it better and is something that we believe that we can contribute towards.
The latest development in our YouNG Goes Euro Erasmus+ project has seen young people from Rushcliffe create a series of on-line video tutorials designed to help other young people from across Europe create their own online selling platform.
YouNG is an initiative developed to help young people aged 14-21 develop entrepreneurial skills that are useful now and will remain with them throughout their lifetime. YouNG has organised many markets around Nottingham, whereby young