A Mentor’s Poem – Anonymous

A Mentor’s Poem – Anonymous

This Poem was created by one of Move On's Mentors as they completed their training You looked down on me with contempt in your eye. You said “I’d a choice”- My choice was to die. You shunned my quiet plea for a quid to get by. You walked away laughing- whilst I sat...

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Unlock your potential: Leighanne’s story

Unlock your potential: Leighanne’s story

Young people’s lives are full of choices and it can be difficult to figure out what you want from your future and the best way to get there. Move On feels that a mentor can help you make important choices about your future, at a time in your life when you may need it...

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My story – James Frame

My story – James Frame

Around the beginning of 2012 I had heard of a charity called Move On who were running an employability skills course called ‘Smart Move’. The point in my life I was at back then was chaotic, sofa surfing, partying, overall just having the worst of times. No luck...

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Aye Write 2016

Aye Write 2016

Our literacies tutors took a group of students to Glasgow's Aye Write Festival 2016.  Here's some of their recent writings: Alan Biruk Frank Jill Natasha Peter Steven See our Literacies page for more information about this...

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New FareShare warehouse operator

New FareShare warehouse operator

Welcome Andrew! Andrew Goldsmith (second from the left) is the new Warehouse Operator at our Glasgow FareShare depot. Andrew had a career as a full time chef however, since becoming the single parent of four children, Andrew decided that the antisocial hours of his...

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Life lessons

Life Lessons Move On’s Youth and Community Skills group have used their own life experiences to inspire creative writing pieces. Vanessa wrote a poem about what life on the streets feels like and about what it’s like experiencing cyber bullying. Paula has also shared...

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