Dunedin Canmore Youth Projects NOLB Activity Agreement Hub (South East) (Dunedin Canmore Youth Projects)
The No One Left Behind (NOLB) Activity Agreement Hub works with young people aged 15.5-26yrs at Stage 1 of the employability pipeline.
Young people are offered 1-1 support and the opportunity to attend a weekly employability hub where they would be encouraged to take part in a programme of learning and activity to help them move on to further education, training or employment.
The agreement can include volunteering, short courses, supported learning and practical work experience placements. Young people receive regular support and advice from an Activity Agreement Coach to help them to develop their skills, confidence and career prospects. Young people who are eligible may be able to apply for an EMA payment of £30 per week.
Referrals are made through email@example.com or young people can self-refer through the Hub by contacting David Aitchison on 07786375928 / David.Aitchison@ea.edin.sch.uk or Clair Borland on 07917595094 / Clair.1.Borland@ea.edin.sch.uk.
Employability, Education and training, and Volunteering
Care experienced, Homeless / at risk of homelessness, Substance misuse, LGBT+, BME Groups, Criminal Convictions, Lone Parents, Health Conditions, and Long term unemployed
Age group served
16-19 and 20-24
Stage 1 / Engagement