York has many services to help young people on their next steps. Whether you just want information, or you would like help with finding opportunities, making applications, CVs, interview preparation, and keeping motivated, there are services to help.
Telephone: 01904 555400 (lines are open Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm)
Text: 07624 802244
Learning and Work Advisors are working remotely and are continuing to provide impartial information, advice and guidance to young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) between the ages of 16 and 18
The 30 Clarence Street drop in is now closed for face to face appointments, however, requests and messages will be responded to by email, follow up phone calls or via social media. Priority support is being given to Children in Care from year 8, with emphasis on year 11’s.
They will be working with their contacts in 10 local schools with a support package for year 11’s.
If you or someone you know who would benefit from this service, please contact 01904 555400 (Mon - Fri 10am - 4pm), email firstname.lastname@example.org or text: 07624 802244
Future Goals can help you if you are 15-24 and are:
Future Goals is currently offering remote support to young people and can help you whether you are ready to work now, or you would like support deciding your next steps in employment or education.
Contact email@example.com for more information or complete the form below
If you would like to earn while you learn, consider an apprenticeship.
York's Apprenticeship Hub has details of many local apprenticeship opportunities.
The national Apprenticeships website has information and real life stories about becoming an apprentice.
The following schools and colleges may have the course to suit your interests and goals.
The York Jobcentre Plus can help people of working age into paid work. 0345 604 3719
The Skills to Succeed Academy offers free online employability training delivered in bite sized interactive modules.
If you are 19 or older, Aspire-Igen offers employablity and skills programmes, practical guidance and support towards your next steps in learning and work.
If you are a woman aged 18-30, you can access free Work It Out telephone coaching to help you access the future you want.
There are many ways to find out about job vacancies, here are a few ideas to start with:
Work with York (temporary work)