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This section includes
- Support for young people receiving A-Level or GCSE results
- Information on employability support programmes
- Information on support available for the creative industries & self employed
- Links to articles on funding available for social enterprises, charities & small businesses
- Information on Government support
During this period, we'll continue to share any updates, articles, programmes or schemes designed to support small organisations.
The Coronavirus Tech Handbook is a crowd-sourced library for technologists, civic organisations, public and private institutions, researchers, and specialists of all kinds working on responses to the pandemic.
It is a rapidly evolving resource with thousands of expert contributors.
A nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere - a range of courses are available for a children with different skills, abilities & interests.
Educational apps specially designed to support children with special educational needs, including autism and Down syndrome.
Black Ticket Project are dedicating £5,000 to Black young people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds looking to appeal their A Level results and cannot do so due to financial implications.
If you are/work with young people experiencing this, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
No5 Barristers Chambers have written an in-depth guide on how to appeal results.
Social Mobility Foundation welcomes students onto their programme in Y12/S5 to develop their employability skills.
Find out more here.
Young Minds is the UK's leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health. They are working to make sure all young people get the best possible mental health
If the current news on Coronavirus (COVID-19) is making you feel anxious, concerned or stressed, read Young Minds advice on what you can do.
Impact Hub King's Cross has launched applications for New Roots 2.0 - a free business incubation programme supporting people who identify as BAME in breaking the barriers into entrepreneurship!
Find out more & apply here.
From personal development and employability, to starting a business, managing your personal finance and looking after well-being, Barclays Life Skills has a range of resources, training & free tools available.
The Brighton-based Black & Minority Ethnic Community Partnership is an infrastructure organisation that runs training and events as well as a range of community services.
The mission of The Black Training & Enterprise Group is to end racial inequality by championing fairness, challenging discrimination and pioneering innovative solutions to empower Black communities, through a range of projects.
The Black Young Professionals Network connects black professionals to job opportunities, events, and each other.
The website includes a filterable jobs board.
With support designed for ages 14 and up, Voyage Youth is a London based charity providing transformative leadership programmes for young people from ethnic minority communities.
EmployAbility provides resources, support and opportunities for disabled and dyslexic students and graduates.
The Sharan Project aims to empower, educate and inspire women who want to learn more about the support and choices that are available to them.
They offer free impartial, confidential and culturally sensitive support, advice and information on key life skills including employment, education, financial, and legal.
23 Code Street is on a mission to empower all women from all walks of life with the skills and confidence to be technical.
They aim to give them the tools needed to build our futures. Find out about their courses and programmes via their website.
Choose from hundreds of online courses from top universities and specialist organisations.
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Enterprise Nation provides expert support and resources for small businesses. They are offering 3 months free membership during this time so you can access their support. Find out more here.
Escape the City provides support for individuals who want to change their career or start a business. Alongside webinars and an online community forum, they also are providing support to people facing redundancy.
StartUp Britain is a campaign by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs. They offer inspiration, resources and guidance to help people start and grow their own business. They also provide online support which may be useful during this time.
The Scale Up Institute has developed a Covid-19 resource hub curating resources from across the private and public sectors.
Refugee Support Network helps refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people to build more hopeful futures through education.
For young refugees arriving in Europe, education is a priority: it’s how lives begin to be rebuilt and hope for the future is rekindled. Find out more about their services here.
TERN supports refugee entrepreneurs in the creation and development of their businesses, providing services throughout three stages of entrepreneurial process: business exploration, business start-up and business growth.
Women Who is a platform dedicated to helping women think, work, and live better, by fostering environments that allow them to make vital connections, share essential information, and (of course) have plenty of fun along the way.
Everything they do is aimed at helping women get to where they want to be.
Helping female leaders thing bigger, join their Facebook group for a collaborative online community for female entrepreneurs
A community for black, Asian and minority ethnic change makers to uplift, inspire and learn from each other.