Prince's Trust Programmes

The Trust delivers a number of core programmes across the UK. The majority of programmes are delivered to NEET young people aged 16 to 25.

The Prince’s Trust is a charity that believes in young people who often don’t believe in themselves. We seek out those young people that need our help the most and work with young people who struggle at school, are in or leaving care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. We work with young people aged 13-30 to help them get back into work, education and training.

We also involve young people in the design and evaluation of programmes. Our programmes include engagement activities, progression support and peer mentoring.

Most Prince’s Trust programmes include accreditation opportunities but our experience is that, for the young people we support, accreditation is less important than engagement, confidence, life skills and personal development – these are prerequisites for achieving a formal qualification:

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The Prince's Trust Factsheet 2013/14

The Trust helped over 55,800 young people last year.

The A-Z of Young Businesses

Read about young people who have set up businesses with the support of The Prince's Trust in our A-Z of Young Businesses, in partnership with RBS.

The A-Z of Young Businesses