Really NEET Annual Celebration, organised by Freshly Squeezed

7th July 2015

Come and join us on Thursday 16th July at 18-20 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 4JP for an action packed evening where we will take you on the incredible journey we have been on with our inspiring young people over the last year! This is a great opportunity to find out more about what we do, and there is no one better to tell you about our programmes than the young people themselves who very bravely will be taking to the stage to tell you all about them! We've planned a few surprises for during the night, which we're sure will keep you entertained.

..and of course, there's our once in a lifetime, not to be missed, opening act performed by our (very willing and enthusiastic) staff members! We hope you can join us, we'll have some drinks, nibbles (there's even talk of cupcakes) and some great companies so it's a fantastic chance to network with other companies from across Sheffield. If you have any questions drop us an email at sophie@reallyneet.co.uk What is the Really NEET Project? If you don't know who we are, The Really NEET Project is a Social Enterprise working with some of society's most vulnerable young people, who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). The project has three main activities/services which work to empower a positive change in young people by giving them the tools to create stability and security in their lives. Talent Match - This is a Big Lottery scheme that breaks down barriers to employment, coaches provide the young people with mentoring and then when they're ready help them into sustained employment. Inspiring Change Programme - A 37 week unique education based programme that enables the young people to study for 2.5 days a week to obtain vital qualifications in Numeracy and Literacy whilst helping them to break down the barriers they are facing- ending with a once in an inspiring residential to the Lake District. Get On Track - Ran in partnership with The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, this project engages young people in sport through World and Olympic champions who work tirelessly alongside our own youth workers to change the lives of the young people who come through the projects. Don't just take it from us this is what our stakeholders and young people say... "There's not really anything like them in Sheffield. The young people go to the Really NEET College because they want to, not because they are forced to. The staff know how to help these people because they can relate to them, particularly Sophie as she's been in their shoes before herself." -These kids have got so much potential and by doing this it gives them a chance, someone believes in them. They've been let down by the normal education system. They need someone to believe in them and that's what Really NEET does. -Really NEET is people's life line. I'd be in prison or not alive if it wasn't for this place. Check us out in action... Ted Talk >>     One Young World >>     Pitch @ Palace >> To register your  FREE  place please click here >>  Places are limited so book soon.

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