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What's involved in Achieve?

A lot! If you're aged 11-19, Achieve can help you to boost your confidence, learn new skills and work with your friends on a group project - but how you do it is up to you.

A student is standing infront of images from the Achieve programme she is wearing a green school jumper.

What you need to know

The programme is completely flexible so your school or centre might choose to run it over a few months or a few years but either way you'll have the chance to try lots of new things such as:

  • Delivering a community project and making a real difference in your local area
  • Learning all sorts of new skills to help with meeting new people and building your confidence
  • Taking on a business challenge to put your entrepreneurial skills to the test
  • Improving your knowledge and ability to look after yourself and live a healthy life
  • Top tips to help you write the perfect CV and get ahead in your career

Put it on your CV

All of the things you do through the Achieve programme will count towards a recognised Prince's Trust qualification that you can put on your CV or UCAS form.

Mentor and young person

Want to refer a young person to one of our centres?

Are you a parent, guardian, friend or working with a young person who is struggling in education? You can refer them to Achieve.

Find out more

Teacher and young person

Want to run an Achieve club in your school or centre?

Are you a headteacher, teacher or youth worker? We'll equip you with the tools to run an Achieve club in your school or centre. 

Find out more

Resources for existing Delivery Partners: