Section: Community Projects & Support

Hyde's Breaking Barriers Bursary offers grants to help younger residents reach career goals

Posted 09.09.19
Hyde Group: Further reading

Hyde is supporting young residents to reach their career goals through its Breaking Barriers Bursary.

The Breaking Barriers Bursary offers grants of up to £1,000 to Hyde residents aged between 16 and 24, helping them pay for things like transport, books and equipment and to cover exam fees.

The £20,000 bursary was set up earlier this year, with money raised by Hyde staff who ran the London Big half marathon in March and donations from some of Hyde's contractors.

Six young residents, all of whom live in Kennington and Brent, have received a grant to date.


L&Q Academy launches free course to help residents find work

Posted 03.09.19
L&Q: Further reading

L&Q Academy have launched a new six-week course for job-seeking residents to build their skills and confidence.

The Transform and Achieve programme will help residents improve their CV and interview technique, define their career goals and tackle any obstacles holding them back.

It is free and runs for two days a week. Daily travel costs of up to £10 will be reimbursed and lunch is also included.

Once they have completed the course, participants will be able to apply for apprenticeships and jobs at L&Q.


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