Job Title: Progress Mentor Hours per week: 40 per week      Contract: Until December 2018 Location: Coventry                        Salary: £17,750 – £19,250 Do you want to make a difference to young people’s lives? Are you up for a challenge? We are looking for a Mentor that can engage, support and enthuse young people who are currently

Our Ambition Coventry offer, designed to help young people in Coventry get into education or find employment has supported Kieran into an apprenticeship with DFS. Kieran was referred to our programme by his mother after leaving college as he did not enjoy the course he was enrolled on. On first appearances, Kieran was somebody who wanted to succeed

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Ambition Coventry, a programme to help young people in Coventry get into employment and education has helped a new arrival into the city find work – and he’s lovin’ it! Clifford Nghneya arrived in the UK from Kenya in January to join his parents, who had been here for eight years, and, despite English not

Thanks to support from the Big Lottery Fund (Reaching Communities), we are happy to announce another exciting vacancy within our growing team. Job Title: Healthy Futures Programme Co-ordinator Salary: £20,750 – £22,650 We’re looking for a Programme Co-ordinator to join our dedicated team of youth work staff, supporting a programme designed to engage young people who

Every Monday a group of youngsters come to our dance session at Sidney Stringer school, many come for pure enjoyment, others come and use it as a form of exercise and way of keeping busy. However, one youngster by the name of Harvey Powell attends our session to improve his dancing skills, progress and move

Thanks to support from the Big Lottery Fund (Reaching Communities), We are happy to announce two exciting posts with our growing team. 1.       Youth Engagement Officer (Health Mentor) (£16,000-£17,500 per year) – Fixed-term for 12 months  2.       Apprentice (National Modern Apprentice Pay Grades)– Fixed-term for 12 months  Both roles are full time. We’re looking for

Positive Youth Foundation took three youth teams on their first ever cricket tournament and for some it was their first ever competitive match, outside of their weekly session games. They were given the privilege of representing their city as an added bonus against city rivals Birmingham. The tournament was held at Joseph Chamberlain College, Birmingham

We’re happy to announce another new exciting post with our growing team. We’re looking for a Youth Engagement Officer (Sport and Physical Activity) to join our dedicated team of youth work staff, supporting a programme designed to engage young people who are referred to us for a range of support needs. The programme will be delivered

Our Friday evening basketball sessions are structured, inclusive and bring a sense of freedom to participants. These are just a few words Jamie Bunch from Coventry Solihull and Warwickshire Sport (CSW Sport) used to describe Positive Youth Foundation’s basketball session. CSW Sport is funded by Sport England and through its ‘Sportivate’ project, funds us to deliver

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