Programmes opportunities from London Youth

Posted on: 23/11/2020 in Community , Resources , Training , COVID-19 Updates
Opportunities to join free intensive six-month programme of training, social action programmes counselling programmes and more...

Programme Opportunities

  • Rise Up Programme - We are recruiting youth practitioners for our free intensive six-month programme of training, mentoring and coaching to develop youth sector leaders. Read more and apply here.
  • City Leaders Programme - We still have a few spaces left on our flagship social action programme, City Leaders. The aim of the programme is to support and challenge young people to design, lead and learn from their own youth led projects which develop their skills as they transform their clubs and communities. The programme comes with funding of up to £2000. Read more about the programme here. If you would like to talk more about how the programme would work for you this year please contact
  • Employability Programme - Skills Builder have developed a youth organisation version of their framework, resources and assessment. This was developed in partnership with the Future Talent programme, but we are now looking for some extra clubs who are experts in employability to also pilot the tools. In return for support costs and access to a paid tool, we would require you to complete:
  1. 8 weeks
  2. Minimum 10 young people using Skills Builder youth organisation resources and being assessed
  3. 2 Assessments using the HUB (baseline and end)
  4. Attend a training session (18th November or 9th December)
  5. 2 check ins with LY to check progress and receive support
  6. Feedback to LY and Skills Builder at the end of the pilot

If you’re interested please contact Ella Porter, Employability Officer -

  • Snow Camp – London Youth member Snow-Camp Charity are offering young people free access to 1-1 counselling sessions for young people through their new campaign Stop.Breathe.Think. No wait times and specialised support available, the Charity want as many young people as possible to access the mental health support they need during these difficult times.

Young people can request help via this link or if you are a youth/social worker who would like to refer a young person please contact

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