Movement to Work CEO Summit & Youth Employability Awards 2023
In 2023 we will be celebrating Movement to Work’s 10th Anniversary – keep an eye for the upcoming celebrations.
One day, two key events
For the last few years, the charity has hosted an annual summit inviting young people and leaders from across its network to discuss the most pressing youth employment issues and make plans for tackling them in the year ahead.
CEO Summit Aims to engage and expand the network to help more #YoungPeopleWork and promote a fairer world
- Educate: our network on the current key issues regarding youth unemployment alongside gaining fresh insight from our attendees.
- Debate: what works and what doesn’t. Providing opportunities for authentic storytelling, sharing lived experiences direct from young people, and honest conversation peer-to-peer.
- Motivate: MtW employers to improve and expand their commitment and inspire new employers to join the Movement for the first time – seeing both the social need and business benefits.
- Activate: focus not on problem-finding but on problem-solving so that attendees are clear on what commitments and actions to take forward.
MtW Youth Employability Awards is an opportunity to inspire as many people as possible, to celebrate our collective successes and the people and organisations that have really made a difference.
- Celebrate: the remarkable individuals and organisations across the network who have been particularly extraordinary. Whether you’re an employer, trainer, or charity – you have had a significant impact and we want to recognise your efforts! And if you’re a young person, you’ve bravely entered the workplace and your determination has been noticed!
- Demonstrate: the power of quality employability programmes in driving positive outcomes for young people trying to find work and for businesses looking to diversify their workforce and give back to their communities.
Generate: increased support and raised awareness for Movement to Work and our collaborative efforts to drive more support and the growth of the network