Working together to enable young people
Seckford Springboard helps young people aged 25 and under to access education, employment and training, bridging any gap that’s getting in their way. Whether through apprenticeships, mentoring or grants, we aim to make a difference to the lives of young people.
We want to improve the chances of young people finding economic self-sufficiency; to raise aspirations, confidence levels and self-esteem. We aim to help them find employment and remain employed, and to develop into confident, self-assured and responsible individuals leading an independent and fulfilled life; to enhance their right to economic well-being, training and education so that they can make the most of every opportunity presented to them.
We are pleased to be working in partnership with The Prince’s Countryside Fund and the Salvation Army Anglia Division to develop our support of disadvantage young people across the county: we have embarked on a three year partnership with both organisations.
Taking action. Identifying needs. Bridging gaps. Providing support. Moving forward. Making a difference in people’s lives.
Buying books. Finding tools. Providing childcare. Getting interview-ready. Achieving essential skills. Accessing volunteering. Transportation covered.
Raising self-esteem. Coping with challenges. Self-confidence. Social inclusion. Promoting independent living. Participation. Improved chances.