The Hertfordshire BBO Project is part of the 'Building Better Opportunities' programme funded jointly by the Community Fund with match funding from the European Social Fund. It aims to tackle the root causes of poverty and unemployment, such as physical and mental health issues, homelessness, addiction and much more.
The Support and Transition Routes into Volunteering and Employment (STRIVE) in Herts project.
If you have previously tried to find employment and the support you had was not successful then this project could be for you. We provide tailored support to your interests and needs, helping you move into sustainable employment, volunteering or education.
Herts Youth Futures
The Herts Youth Futures project will support young people furthest from the workplace to improve employability and enter training or work.
Eligible groups are young people aged 15-19 years (up to 21 for care leavers, up to 25 for young people with disabilities) from Hertfordshire currently not in employment, education or training.
Herts Youth Futures offers 1-to-1 support to help you get ready and work out your training or job goals through involvement in regular fun activities such as a youth project, sports club or creative group.
a young person aged 15-19
an under-21 care leaver, or an under 25 young person with disabilities
registered unemployed, economically inactive
Interview Dates:- 17/9 & 19/9