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Goals Soccer Centre, Redcote Lane, Leeds, LS4 2AW

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Starts: Tue, 06 Aug 2019

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Street League

What does it do?
We support young people aged 16-24 into long term employment, education or training using sport as a way of engaging and building life skills. We can offer Maths and English Functional Skills if needed and have very strong links with many major employers in the region such as PlusNet, Jewson and Marriott hotels who can offer work placements, interview workshops and job opportunities. We work closely with the JCP in Leeds and joining Street League does not affect any benefits a young person might be claiming.

Who is it for?
Any young person aged 16-24. There are no maximum or minimum entry criteria in terms of qualifications, experience or need to be NEET. We can work with anybody regardless of personal circumstance, physical or mental wellbeing or criminal record.

How do I access it?
By calling Harry Doman on 07964 900973 or Joe Simmons on 07808 531 503. There is also an interest form on our website

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