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We support groups, such as young people from care/supported accommodation, young people attending Social Emotional Behavioural Difficulty (SEBD) schools and those at risk of disengaging from mainstream schools. By working alongside people we enable them to develop the skills and tools they need to reach their own long-term solutions, by offering a range of practical and emotional support services that provides many people every year with the confidence, skills and abilities to get their lives back on track.
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Move On ScotlandWednesday, May 23rd, 2018 at 12:59pm

We celebrated the graduation of our latest group of participants from the ElevateGlasgowPSP employability course today!

Participants completed sessions on personal development and training and education, improving 'soft skills' including good communication and team work, and core skills to increase readiness...

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Move On ScotlandTuesday, May 22nd, 2018 at 12:14pm

We're so proud of our adult literacy and numeracy tutor, Denise, who is presenting her capstone project today at the University of the West of Scotland showcase event!

As part of the project, our adult literacy and numeracy service invited budding...

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Move On ScotlandFriday, May 18th, 2018 at 12:19pm

We're so excited to announce we're one of 10 charities across the country to benefit from a share of £1.3m from the Building Brighter Futures Fund, established by the Hub Community Foundation. We will use the funding to develop an employability training programme for young...

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Move On ScotlandThursday, May 17th, 2018 at 3:48pm

Our Mentoring Coordinator, Laura, and Youth Development Worker, Amy, have been busy working on a new mental health awareness session for our mentors today. The session will raise awareness about mental health and how it impacts on the young people we work with. For Mental...

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Move On ScotlandThursday, May 17th, 2018 at 10:27am

Would you like to join our Family Food Service super team? We need an enthusiastic and motivated Development Worker to help support this exciting new network of Glasgow partners tackling "holiday hunger":

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Move On ScotlandWednesday, May 16th, 2018 at 12:52pm

For Mental Health Awareness Week, we're sharing some of the beautiful artwork inspired by mental health created by one of our mentees for her school portfolio. The artwork focuses mainly on anxiety and depression, capturing different feelings and facial expressions in each piece.

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