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In Patnership With Th Prince's Trust

Every young person should have the chance to succeed. That's why we've partnered with The Prince's Trust- an organisation that helps young people get their lives on track.

The partnership aims to help young people find their fearlessness and help them gain new confidence through The Trust's courses, so if you or someone you know is aged 16-30 and unemployed or out of education, sign up to a course today!

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Meet The Prince’s Trust ambassadors
Tyler Campbell
Tyler fulfilled his dream of being his own boss and helping his community by joining The Prince's Trust Enterprise programme. He gained the necessary business skills to open Fridays Coventry, an award-winning youth club that provides a safe space for young people aged 15-17 to socialize and receive employment advice. Tyler’s goal was to combat youth violence and anti-social behaviour in his local area. Fridays Coventry offers entertainment, including live DJs and performances from local artists, free of charge. Tyler has worked closely with the local community, who volunteer each week. He plans to expand by launching Saturdays, a club for young people aged 18+.
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Lottie Henderson
Lottie's life took a turn for the better after completing The Prince's Trust 12-week Team programme. She had struggled with bullying, identity issues and mental health problems following her Nan's death. However, the programme gave her the support and skills she needed to enrol in college and pursue her dream course - Applied Science with Forensics and Psychology. Lottie credits The Prince's Trust with helping her believe in herself and providing career advice that she didn't learn in school. Her story was recently featured in the 'Class of Covid' campaign, where she hopes to inspire others to seek the support they need.
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Shauna Kaleta
Shauna Kaleta, a 23-year-old mother of three from Bangor, Northern Ireland, had a difficult start in life. She was in residential care from the age of 14 and left school without qualifications. After her children started school, she wanted to do something for herself but didn't know where to begin. She joined the Prince's Trust Team programme in May 2022 and turned her life around. Shauna is now training to be a Youth Worker and hopes to start a youth work degree at university. As a careleaver, she wants to give back and be the person she wished she had during that time.
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