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L'Oreal Paris 'All Worth It' Programme

There are now three ways to get involved in our L’Oréal Paris 'All Worth It' Programme, which aims to empower thousands of young people to transform their lives. Get involved. 

Amazing things happen when you believe in yourself.

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Join our 'All Worth It' Programme in one of three ways to transform self-doubt into self-worth, for yourself or others. 

Learn online | Learn in-centre | Become an e-mentor

Gain job skills, online

We've teamed up with L’Oréal Paris to develop an exclusive range of free tools and resources to boost young people's confidence to help them make the move into work, education or training. 

So, if you're aged between 18 and 30, and want help developing your CV and interview skills to secure a job that's right for you, sign up to our free online course.

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Prince's Trust Online is packed with videos, articles and interactive content to help you feel more confident during your job search, including sections on body language and relationships. What's more, you can learn at a time and pace that suits you. If you want one, you can also request a trained e-mentor to help you reach your goals.

Sign up now

Try something new

Fairbridge

If learning face-to-face in small groups is more up your street, why not check out our Fairbridge programme?

For 16 to 25-year-olds, it offers a mix of group activities and one-to-one support to develop your skills to move forward - including the L’Oréal Paris 'All Worth It' programme, made up of confidence boosting courses, covering: body language, relationships and employability.

Running in a Prince's Trust centre near you, it could be just what you need.

Get in touch

Become an e-mentor

We're currently looking for e-mentors to support young people throughout their online journey. If you want to be part of a new, flexible way of volunteering online - and are keen to use your skills to make a difference to young people - we want to hear from you.

In as little as two hours a week, for a minimum of three months, you can help young people to achieve their goals and feel positive about their future. 

Sign up now

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