October 19th – July 19th
We are pleased to share our Quarter 3 outcomes which have been achieved during the past 9 months. Since taking the next step out of lockdown we have reopened the careers hub and coffee shop. It has been great to see our venue come alive again with many young people, support workers and support agencies accessing the space.
Please read below for highlights and the full list of Q3 outcomes.
Number of overall visits: 540
Number of young people visited: 323
Number of support workers visited: 142
Young people into employment: 23
Number of young people receiving 1-1 intensive job search support: 54
Number of young people referred to a mentor: 12
Number of young people referred to further education: 19
Number of young people who have had CV support: 28
Number of online careers sessions delivered: 36
Number of young people accessing online careers sessions: 359
Number of young people attending CV workshops: 16
Number of young people attending mock interviews: 2
Number of young people attending construction hubs: 10
Number of support workers attending coffee mornings: 17
Total of number of YouTube views on Thrives careers channel: 3,137
- Taking the next step out of lockdown which meant reopening Thrive, welcoming new and returning visitors.
- First team fundraising event, climbing Snowdon and raising £1,070 for Thrive.
- First ever in-person Interactive Careers Session with Liverpool based PT Dimitri Christou.
- Introducing other in-person events including cv workshops, construction hubs, job clubs and coffee mornings for support workers.
- Officially named one of Liverpool City Regions and Department for Work and Pensions Youth Hubs.
- Visited by partners and support agencies including DWP North West Director Peter Jamieson, Chef Patron and Owner of The Arts School Restaurant Paul Askew, Director of Liverpool City Council Children and Young People Services Steve Reddy, Founder of Inside Connections John Burton, LFC Foundation, Street League and more.
Thank you for reading.