Prince’s Trust support young people (under 30yrs) who face disadvantage and adversity to develop the confidence and skills they need to move forward in life.
Over the last five years, three in four young people supported by the Prince’s Trust have moved into work, education or training.
Here at Salutem, The Prince’s Trust provides guidance regarding necessary identification documents, including financial support for cases where candidates need to produce right to work documents such as international passport.
Additionally, they assist in the onboarding process, ensuring timely completion of forms and swift responses to all inquiries.
Upon confirmation of the start date, they can offer candidates financial support covering their initial three months of travel expenses, including various modes of transportation such as buses, trains, and fuel cards, making the transition into education or employment more accessible.
Understanding the importance of appropriate clothing and footwear, the Prince’s Trust can provide candidates with vouchers to aid in their purchase of required clothing and footwear. Remarkably, this contribution can reach up to £500 per young individual, and there’s no obligation for repayment.
If you would like to learn more about the Prince’s Trust or if you need support, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
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