Jessica Lawrence, The Prince's Trust

The Prince's Trust Not for profit association
The Coldstore
Digbeth High Street
Beorma Quarter
B5 6DR

Business Description

Princes Trust is a Charity Organisation dedicated to supporting young people aged 11 - 30 across the UK, we do this through our programmes to help young people during educations or after to get into employment, training, self employment, confidence building and much more. It all began in 1976, when HRH The Prince of Wales had a bold idea. Having completed his duty in the Royal Navy, His Royal Highness became dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. He founded His Trust to deliver on that commitment.

Get a job - Get to know an industry that suits your personality, with free courses that will help you gain valuable experience. 

Get Into 
Ages 16-30 - Work with top employers such as M&S, HSBC and the NHS, which are ready to hire fresh talent, while improving your CV and interview techniques. Some courses include a trial shift with potential job offers available at the end.

Get Started 
Ages 16-25 Gain careers advice from experts such as ASOS and Sony in a week while taking part in a team project that gives you a taste of what you love. A well-deserved celebration ends the week.

Employability online 
Ages 18-30 - Our online course has the tools to help you get the job you want. From where to start your job search to how to feel confident in an interview, work through our videos, worksheets and quizzes at your own pace.

Ages 16-25 - Making friends is easy when you've got 12 weeks to gain skills, experience and take on a 'once-in-a-lifetime' community project to transform your neighbourhood with like-minded people. 

Explore (Previously Fairbridge)
Ages 16-25 - Looking for an adventure? Try everything from kayaking to high ropes during an action-packed week-long residential, then choose from a range of options to create your own learning plan.

Development Awards
Ages 16-30 - Receive a grant to cover course fees, equipment or even childcare costs to make your next step into work, education or training even easier.
Ages 18-30 - Find out everything you need to know to make your business a success through our online resources or through a short course online or in a centre near you.
A lot! If you're aged 11-19, Achieve can help you to boost your confidence, learn new skills and work with your friends on a group project - but how you do it is up to you.