Futureworks NY provides support and guidance for people of all ages as well as volunteering opportunities within the local community
Futureworks NY was established in 2012. As a not-for-profit organisation, we offer personalised support and guidance for people wanting to improve their lives for the future. Our services are available throughout Scarborough and in the immediate area and to date, we have helped over 600 people get their lives ‘back on track’.
We offer practical skills, a selection of qualifications and completely bespoke support for each person. One of our main projects was converting a house in Hope Street, using our learners’ skills under the guidance of our Futureworks Team.
We also offer opportunities for more formal learning that can help people further their education and help them find employment.
We offer small group work where, as a student, you can can work towards your functional Maths, English and Employability skills.
Achieve Your Goals
Whether you are planning to enter work or go to college, or even if you have no plan, we can help you get where you want to be.
We provide team based activities where you can learn practical skills with the aim of getting a broader outlook at your opportunities.
Our team is personal and friendly, and will provide useful and confidential advice and guidance to you. Whether you need support with learning, finances, or more personal advice, we are here to help you in any way to achieve your goals.
One of Futureworks NY co-founders, Michelle Padron-Kitching has appeared in a Leaders Council podcast alongside Lord Blunkett. The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is in the process of talking to leadership figures from across the nation in an...
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...
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 also...
When I started, I was very anxious and did not get on with people or do well with anxiety. Amber has done amazing, working above and beyond for me. She has helped me come out of my shell...
I would recommend Futureworks to others as I love it here, I feel so welcome and I can talk about anything with anyone."
Futureworks is an ideal place for young people to find structure and confidential support outside of the family.
We're Here To Help!
12 Lower Clark Street