Breaking Barriers – Link
1541 refugee (clients) have been supported with education and employment. This organisation gives one to one advice and guidance to employment education and training.
Contact: 020 4541 0155 – email@example.com
Catch 22 – Link
They deliver high-quality, tailored programmes (including new ‘Refugee Employability Programme’) that equip individuals facing barriers to work with the support they need for a path into sustainable employment or training. Helping individuals who are struggling to find employment. Each person we work with receives:
flexible, face-to-face community-based sessions with a dedicated Catch22 advisor
group development sessions
a unique action plan
support on CV writing
job searching and interview preparation
access to training support to upskill and undergo accredited training and an advisor working with you and your employer for up to twelve months in a new role.
Contact: 0203 700 0381 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Space – Link
Offers a range of support and opportunities in education, training, and employment to ages
between 16 to 19. It goes up to 25 years of age if young person has learning needs. They also offer
advice on issues such as housing, health, and finances etc.
Apprenticeships advice and support
CV and interview support
Support in applying to college and university
Housing and benefit advice
Contact: Paul Kirsarkye – 07971308100 – email@example.com
Haringey Works – Link
Free employment and skills support for Haringey residents. Helps young adults with learning
disability/autism. Helps with CV, interview preparation and job searching.
Dedicated personalised employment support
Access to supported Internships with NHS
CV writing support
Supporting statement guidance
Advice on training and education
Pre employment Training
In work support for 6 months
Referral to other support providers
Contact: Registration form online using link, any queries to contact Haringey council
Mind (Haringey) – Link
Haringey wellbeing network helps young people 16 years and over that have left or leaving the
mental health service. This service helps better equip them for sustaining accommodation, budgeting,
volunteering, employment and training opportunities, managing wellbeing.
Contact: 02083402474 (option 1) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Haringey Volunteering – Link
Haringey helps get migrants, graduates and people to get into a work-like environment to brush up their CV which will make their job applications stronger and more likely to get a job.
Haringey Giving – Link
There is a volunteering experience with to give back to the community and help support people in the Haringey area. No previous experience required. Volunteer’s will receive full induction and support within the team.
Contact: Please visit website to raise any enquiries.
Bridge renewal trust – Link
This organisation helps promote hundreds of volunteering opportunities for people in Haringey.
Contact: 020 8442 7640
Kith & Kids – Link
No need for experience as you will be trained ( they requesting for more men volunteers)
ELSP Shop, Choir, Employment & Life Skills Project, Weekend Clubs, Football, Summer Camp, Social
Development Projects and many more opportunities.
Contact: 020 8801 7432 – email@example.com
Felix Project – Link
Volunteer with The Felix Project and join thousands of fellow Londoners in the fight against food
waste and hunger. They are London’s leading food redistribution charity.