The Real Apprentice
The aim of the Trust is to “support young people whose journey to work can be challenging due to barriers relating to their financial circumstances, lack of awareness of opportunities in the industry, low self-esteem, gender or ethnicity.”
We at the Trust know that the projects we run can change lives for the people we work with, both beneficiaries and supporters.
We have collected the stories of some of the people we have worked with for you to read and understand what a difference, together, we can make.
18 year old Katie Howard, a previous Budding Brunels student, is currently in her first year at Sheffield University studying Civil Engineering, with a year in industry.
Ozair explains the route he took to becoming an apprentice with WSP Group, the international building services consultancy.
Until just over a year ago, Marcus Palmer was a schoolboy at Ernest Bevin College, Tooting, South London, studying for his A-levels but unclear of what he wanted to do with his life.
What our partners say
“The outcome for the YOS client who attended the whole course was very positive, as was the benefit to the local community, so we were ultimately very pleased with how it went. I would also like to offer my thanks and...
“The Mobile Classroom has proved to be a real asset to BAM’s engagement with the students of the schools it builds. The students we have worked with have thoroughly enjoyed and learnt from their sessions. They have...
“Skanska has found its involvement with the Construction Youth Trust a rewarding experience. We are delighted to be sharing the experiences of our exciting and diverse industry with the next generation of construction...