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Impact story: Richard*

13 June 2018
Richard is a 15 year old boy who was socially isolated spending all his spare time in his room at home on his X-Box. Although Richard was in mainstream school in SEN classes with support, he was making very limited progress. Read More

STEM Careers Fair

10 May 2018
FREE event for young people to meet and engage with STEM related employers, training providers and further education colleges and universities. Read More

Impact story:Robert*

02 May 2018
Robert was a 14 year old boy and before he accessed MY Trust’s me2 programme he would spend most of his days sleeping and not socialising at all, even with his family. Read More

Your chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet

18 April 2018
Read here to find out about your chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet. All you have to do is answer our survey for a chance to win! Read More

Impact story: Michael*

21 March 2018
Before MY Trust intervention, Michael was with living in supported accommodation and was referred to Motivise by his key worker. Read More

Impact story: Molly*

14 March 2018
Before MY Trust intervention, Molly was spending her days at home and not doing anything. She left school in Year 10 due to bullying and never returned. Read More

Impact story: Shannon

07 March 2018
Shannon was previously attending her local college but was unable to progress onto the next level course. She still wanted to do something... Read More

Impact story: Lisa

28 February 2018
Lisa signed up to Motivise in October. She left school in June 2016 and had not engaged in any services prior to Motivise. She had low grades and very little work experience. Read More

Impact story: Emily

21 February 2018
Emily was referred to MY Trust from a local college to take part on the Prince’s Trust programme. Emily was previously attending college, but experienced some serious health issues Read More

Impact story: Amber

14 February 2018
Before joining the Medway Programme, Amber was previously on an Animal Care course at MidKent College. She passed level one, but when progressing onto level two her pre-existing anxiety worsened. Read More