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Rajesh Agrawal, deputy mayor for business, said: “London is a global business centre and the Mayor and I are determined to do more to ensure that young Londoners are able to access new jobs and achieve their potential.
Today young people from across London are calling on the next Mayor of London to combat low wages, rising levels of rough sleepers and a lack of housing caused by wasted brownfield land in the first ever YMCA in London Manifesto.Schools who participate in the Young Ambassadors receive an assembly, a workshop, invitations to youth summits, handbooks and campaign kits.The Team London Young Ambassadors programme is available free of charge to all state schools in Greater London.Having always been attracted to younger men, Toyboy Warehouse founder Julia Macmillian realised there were no dating agencies specifically tailored to finding the younger men she desired.Speaking with many other women and men Julia quickly discovered that although often only discussed behind closed doors, many people were attracted to and intrigued by age-gap relationships.The Prince’s Trust works to support disadvantaged young people into work, training or education, and the charity’s work in the capital includes running regular Get Hired events to support young people into sustainable careers.
Get Hired is run by The Prince’s Trust and supported nationally by Standard Life.
To get your school involved, please contact our team on email us or call 020 7978 5225.
If your school is fee-paying and in Greater London, you can still be accredited as a Team London Young Ambassadors school.
Visit the Futurewise website for the latest calendar of events.
Completing the Futurewise profile was a good and helpful experience for me, it literally opened my eyes to the future.
Team London Young Ambassadors is the Mayor’s volunteering scheme which helps primary and secondary pupils to start their own volunteering projects.