There are lots of different ways to support young people - and lots of great reasons for doing so.
Every employer is encouraged to get involved, whether you’re a sole trader with only an hour to spare, or a large corporation with a team of volunteers who wish to provide regular, structured support.
Our role? To make it easier for you to connect with your future workforce.
Do you recruit young people? Perhaps you've already tried and the response has been disappointing?
If you have a position that's suitable for a school leaver, DYW North East can help you spread the word - for free.
Read on to learn more about the support on offer. Our team will work with you to get your apprenticeship or entry-level position in front of a young audience.
Two of the most popular requests from schools are for support with careers fairs and mock interviews.
Both of these activities can help to raise awareness of your organisation and any entry-level positions, such as apprenticeships, that you can offer young people.
Our coordinators help with all the arrangements. This means that the process is as smooth and enjoyable for you as possible.
"This was the first careers fair that we have attended; Kevin made the whole process very straightforward and enjoyable. We will definitely be back!"
Below are just some of the ways you can support young people. DYW North East will work with you to find the activities that best suit your schedule, your team and your organisational goals. Get in touch with our team to find out more.
Finance can act as a barrier to employment for young people, especially with the current cost of living crisis. Download our Financial Wellbeing Toolkit for guidance on how to support the recruitment and retention of young people within your business.
In this video, Nicola Fraser, director at KR Group, talks about her organisation's experience of working with DYW North East.
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