At DYW Forth Valley we are delighted to have had the partnership work between Museums Galleries Scotland, The Smith Gallery and Museum in Stirling, Cornton Primary School and Stirling Council's Care Experienced Virtual Head Team recognised on the DYW Scot Inspiration Station.
Click on the case study below to open the PDF with active links on the DYW Scot Inspiration Station.
If you would like to explore how your business can support the Young Person's Guarantee by engaging with education, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of Scotland’s response to COVID-19 economic recovery, the Young Person’s Guarantee was launched in November 2020. It aims to give all young people, aged 16-24 in Scotland, the chance to succeed through the opportunity of a job, apprenticeship, education, training or volunteering.
And for employers, it offers help to develop a future pipeline of skills and experience, with young people at the heart of the workforce. Young people bring organisations a wealth of talent, creativity, and enthusiasm, critical now and for future success.
Employers of all sizes and across all sectors can get involved with Young Person’s Guarantee in up to 5 ways:
In Forth Valley, if you are already committed to supporting the development of young people then we would encourage you to sign up to the Young Person's Guarantee and as a team, we aim to be touching base with all of local our partners in the near future to discuss the Young Person's Guarantee and what it means for your business.
If you are keen to support the Young Person's Guarantee and have not yet engaged with DYW, please email us at email@example.com and we will be in touch to support you through the next steps. In the meantime take a look at the below slideshow which may answer some of the initial questions you might have about the Young Person's Guarantee.