Futureworks NY is in the latest Parliamentary Review – woo hoo!
The Parliamentary Review, co-chaired by former ministers Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, has published its latest edition which features Futureworks NY, which is located in The Street, Scarborough. It’s a real feather in our caps!
We are truly honoured to be included and we have now received the hard copy editions. The Review focuses on Education Services and includes a three-page article about Futureworks NY and we’re delighted with finished publication, which is also available online.
Success for businesses of any size does not always come easily, and this year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review is indispensable for anyone who seeks to make a name for themselves in industry. It highlights significant developments and concerns for business leaders up and down the country.
The co-chairman of The Parliamentary Review, Lord Pickles, praised The Review as one of the most comprehensive yet.
Here at Futurework NY, we have places available with the Action Towards Inclusion (ATI) programme specifically designed for those out of work and economically inactive adults aged 18 and over who are looking at getting back into work, training and education.
We alsoprovide Maths and English qualification sessions every Tuesday morning 9:30am to 12noon.
We understand that sometimes people need additional support and encouragement and offer one to one support sessions to overcome barriers and reduce isolation to improve outcomes tailored to each individual person. Learners are supported with every step of their journey to help them move forward and become happier and healthier. We have a dedicated ATI team to help build skills and knowledge for a brighter future.
Action Towards Inclusion is a project which is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund and is managed by Your Consortium based in Knaresborough. The work on the ground is undertaken by key workers and specialist intervention partners through a range of organisations in the voluntary and community sector.
Anyone interested in the ATI programme can give the team a call on 01723 449616 or email Virginia at email@example.com
We are delighted to see that Michelle and Sarah have been nominated for an award, although voting has now closed.
They’re in the list for the Business Woman of Year category in the Yorkshire Choice Awards.
As we know, this dynamic duo co-founded Futureworks NY, a Community Interest Company in 2012.
Futureworks NY is a not-for-profit organisation that helps local learners from school age upwards, enabling them to acquire life skills, confidence, practical skills and some qualifications in an environment that suits their individual requirements.
Sarah said: “I am thrilled to have been nominated for this fantastic award and feel very honoured to be listed alongside some superb local businesses and entrepreneurs.”
Michelle said: “The Yorkshire Choice Awards have nominations from across Yorkshire, so to be ‘on the list’ is a great achievement!”
Here at Futureworks NY, we’ve just celebrated our 8th birthday!
We can’t quite believe it, either!
We first started out in January 2012 (an Olympic year, which included the incredible Super Saturday).
We’ve also feel like we’ve come a fair distance since our first few months here at Futureworks, all those years ago.
Back then, we secured one small contract and our first member of staff, Helen. We had a small rented office so it was a bit of a squeeze!
Race forward 2020: a new year, a new decade and eight years later … we’re so proud of what we’ve achieved.
We now have six staff, along with Michelle and Sarah.
We have a project funded through the Big Lottery.
We have a project funded through Children in Need.
We have contracts through the European Social Fund.
And, most amazingly of all, we have supported nearly 600 young people since we began in 2012.
Of course we have a lot of people to thank, too … those who support us, believe in us and help us get to achieve so much. Thank you, everyone!
So as we’re at the beginning of another Olympic year, we’re hoping to go the distance for another eight years at least. And while there are no medals, seeing so many young people achieve their potential is reward enough!