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  • Cupar Youth Cafe's 16+ EASPY (Employability Access Support Young People) Programme

    Created: 03/03/2023
    News/Events Category: General News


    Cupar Youth Cafe's 16+ EASPY (Employability Access Support Young People) Programme is looking for local skilled people to come and deliver sessions on any trades that will benefit their young people and help them gain some experience. Sessions could include panting, decorating, plumbing, electrical, joinery and so on.

    This may be of interest to those who are working or retired, or you might know someone who is able to help.  If you are interested, the Cafe is looking for a commitment of help for a couple of hours on Wednesdays to deliver some taster sessions in a given trade.

    Gemma Frail at The Youth Cafe says: "Young people learn by doing, and we would love some of our local skilled workers to share some of their skills with our pre-employed young people."

    If you or someone you know can help, please register interest at the Cupar Youth Cafe volunteer registration webpage.




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