Young Parents Project (16-24 or 26 if care leavers)

by Rosemount Lifelong Learning Claimed

Lifelong Learning, Skills & Training, Supported Employment

The Young Parents Project helps young parents find and access education, training, voluntary or employment opportunities. Our team offers support to help you achieve your goals, explore opportunities available and gives you the chance to talk through any worries or concerns you may have. The Young Parents Project operates City wide and we are able to offer 1-2-1 support, group sessions and health and wellbeing workshops.

Young Parents Project is a city wide service working with young people aged (16-24) who have children or are pregnant to move into a positive direction and remove barriers they may face. The young parents project offers Cafe Stork which has activities for both parents and children as well as Aim High which is a 8 week employability programme helping you with applications, CVs, Confidence building, career guidance, benefits advice and much more.


Last updated 30 Apr 2019, 2:11 p.m.

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01415530808
kiran.kaur@rosemount.ac.uk
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