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  • Chance to Succeed (employability and employment skills)

    Created: 16/11/2021
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance

    Chance to Succeed is funded through the Scottish Children’s Lottery. It supports projects that focus on employability and employment skills, helping to deliver a productive future for young people. Projects or activities will work with the most vulnerable young people up to the age of 25 at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty.

    Examples of projects or activities it may consider are employability and skills training within a local community; mentoring or one-to-one support, building the self-confidence and skills required to enter the employment market; provision of and access to the technical equipment required to pursue employment or further education; support to young people who have already been disadvantaged through being care experienced or suffering from a disability.

    Who can apply

    Charities registered in Scotland.

    How to apply

    Online application form available on the funder website.

    When to apply

    Applications are now open.

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