Last week's #AJobForEverybody campaign saw partners from across Scotland sharing images and sign-posting resources across social media to raise awareness of, and promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Across Forth Valley we brought you blogs from our partners LinkLiving and Dyslexia Scotland and shone the spotlight on how volunteering can help anyone develop their skills.
You can revisit these blogs by clicking the images below:
We were delighted that across Forth Valley, a number of our partners were keen to share incredible stories from young people they support to highlight where there is inspiring activity happening and to reinforce that there is indeed #AJobForEverybody.
Below you will find all the case studies that were shared on our social media and DYW Scotland's website and twitter account. Hover over the thumbnail below to find out more or click the image to open the PDF.
Our partners, Forth Ports, joined the campaign with two exceptionally strong examples of why #AJobForEverybody is so important. Advocates Mark and Hope highlighted invisible conditions and unseen adversity by joining in with #MySkillsMakeMe displaying exactly why developing a particular skill set can assist in managing challenges in your career.
National partners NHS Scotland got behind this campaign with full force, they even asked some of their DFN Project SEARCH Interns to take part. DFN Project SEARCH is a transition to work programme for students with learning disabilities and autism spectrum conditions, aimed at those motivated to achieve competitive employment.
Below are a selection of the many individuals who shared their experiences highlighting not only, the diversity of the workforce within the National Health Service but great career insight into some of their roles.
For more information on NHS Careers you can visit their website here.