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Every young person should have the chance to embrace exciting opportunities. Therefore we have partnered with The Prince’s Trust for our June event to highlight their activities and how the Trust is helping 11 to 30 year-olds to transform their lives.
Their results have been very successful and in just the last year have empowered over 58,000 young people to turn their lives around. Many of the young people The Prince’s Trust helps four out of every five move into jobs, education and training.
With ambitious plans for the future The Prince’s Trust aims to help one million more young people to transform their lives over the next 10 years by helping them to develop the confidence and skills to live, to learn and to earn, giving them an increasing stake in our economy and society.
Business Club Chair, Jane Reynolds will be joined by a panel from the Prince’s Trust to talk about running a national charity, the need for what the Trust does, and their ambition to help a lot more young people in the Tees Valley.
In addition the Prince’s Trust will be bringing along some of their Young Ambassadors to the event. These Young Ambassadors are youngsters that the Trust has helped, each with their own story about how their lives have been turned around.
There are limited places for this event so early booking is recommended.
Running order for the evening is as follows:
6.00pm Registration with Tea/Coffee, light supper and open networking
6.30pm Welcome and introduction from Jane Reynolds, Chair, TVBC
6.35pm Prince's Trust panel discussion chaired by Jane Reynolds with Imran Ali, Simon Campbell, Dai Haywood, Jason Faulkner
7.35pm Business Card Exchange and Networking
8.30pm Event close
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Attendance to this event is without charge for members and eligible guests*. Please bring plenty of business cards.
Member invitations will be issued by direct email. All places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
*Guest bookings for this event have been fully subscribed. We enable six guests to attend each of our events. If you have not attended one of our events in the past, and would like to come to an event to find out if the club is something you would like to be part of, you will be able to register your place on a future event, please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. All places are allocated on a first come first served basis.
Simon Campbell, Senior Head of Partnerships, The Prince's Trust
With almost 20 years in the charitable sector, 17 of which have been at The Prince’s Trust, Simon Campbell is a passionate activist for young people and the vital role they play in society and the economy. In his role as Senior Head of Partnerships, Simon has responsibility for strategic relationships and sustainability across The Trust’s Northern region, working with external partners and stakeholders to ensure young people are always at the heart of local communities and the decisions that affect their future. From devolution to sector skills, education to enterprise, social value to social mobility, Simon is the strategic eyes and ears of The Prince’s Trust. Married with three step sons, Simon enjoys life outside of work on two wheels (pedal and motorised varieties!). And when he’s not on the open road, he can be found enjoying the more leisurely pursuits of swimming, playing guitar and volunteering at Stepney Bank Stables.