Movement to Work is a voluntary collaboration of UK employers committed to tackling youth unemployment through provision of high quality vocational training and work experience opportunities for young people.
We work in partnership with a selection of training providers and youth outreach organisations that support our employers to plan and deliver their work placement programmes.
We call this powerful group of partners our Youth Engagement Network – helping our employers design best-in-class offerings for young people furthest from the workplace.
Get in touch Explore the Youth Engagement Network by clicking on the logos and finding more about their inspirational work. If you have any questions about how you can collaborate with them to create or upgrade your employability programme, reach out today: [email protected]
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Access Generation CIC
Empowering employers to attract the next generation.
Location: National (Virtual) ,West Midlands (F2F)
Ambitious About Autism
The national charity standing with autistic children and young people
Uses the power of music to inspire a generation into careers they love. With a focus on those from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
Careermap is a jobs, training and careers advice platform for school leavers, graduates and professionals.
The Careers & Enterprise Company
A national organisation set up by government to make it easier for employers to inspire and prepare young people for the fast-changing world of work.
Supporting young adult carers with positive transitions to employment to realise their career potential.
Empowers people with barriers to work find training or employment.
Locations: South East, South West, North West, West Midlands
Giving young people the experience and life skills to find financial stability through employment.
Enabling people to get into creative, digital & marketing roles.
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Drive Forward Foundation
Enabling care-experienced young people to achieve their full potential.
Facilitating a range of programmes to enhance the career aspirations and opportunities of young people.
Break the cycle , move forward.
Generation seeks to close the skills gap for young people.
Location: London, Midlands, North West
Premiership Rugby’s award-winning education and employability programme which works with over 2,000 14-18 year-olds across England every year.
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The Launch Group
Empowering individuals and giving them a platform to demonstrate and realise their true potential.
Location: National, North East
A network of more than 400 community youth organisations across the capital.
One Million Mentors
Online. One to one. Once per month. One life changed.
Locations: North West, South West and Wales
Helping people to change their lives through employment, skills and training.
The Prince’s Trust
A trusted track record, supporting over 925,000 young people into education, training or work.
Providing the education and training required to help individuals build better careers.
Working together with young people for an employability solution that works for everyone.
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Working together to ensure every child and young person builds the essential skills to succeed.
Sport 4 Life
Sport 4 Life UK believes in a level playing field where every young person has the opportunity to create a better future for themselves.
The Springboard Charity
Supporting young people to achieve their potential in hospitality, leisure and tourism.
Startup Sherpas Supersquad
If you had a time-machine, would you use it? Engage young people in your business and let them work on your innovation challenge.
Location: National (virtual programme)
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A leading national charity, committed to providing access to high quality services for young people.
Youth Employment UK
A leading voice youth employment issues in the UK working with everyone invested in seeing young people achieve their potential.