REEP Young People are on track! They are demonstrating their determination, newly acquired skills and confidence, whilst continuing their valuable relationships with trained volunteer mentors. This is the latest update:
|Aaron*||Is doing voluntary work at Hospice Care with a view to full time employment|
|Amy||Is working full time at Crealy|
|Charlie*||Has signed up for the Transplant course that is running this week, is doing his construction green card and forklift training|
|Charlie||Is working full time at IT company|
|Hamish*||Has been on work experience as a labourer and is currently in the process of trying to obtain his CSCS card|
|Jacob*||Is looking to sort his CSCS card|
|Jemima||Is working full time at Coach’s café, still trying to pursue further training for a Midwifery course|
|Mike*||Has applied for an apprenticeship in brick laying through Exeter College and hopes to hear this week|
|Ryan||Is sorting out an interview at the Job Centre today for Tool Hire|
Importantly, for the local construction sector and for the young people themselves a large construction company are interested in meeting all the young people* who expressed an interest in a career in construction.
“Every individual matters” to the mentors, to the partners, to parents and carers, and now thanks to REEP to each one of the young people themselves.