The Careers and Skills Hub is a free service which supports young adults aged 18-29 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) to secure employment by overcoming the challenges which may be preventing them from getting into work.
The college is working in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and City of Wolverhampton Council to provide a 13-week intensive action plan to help people find employment.
Wolves at Work 18-24 is a free service co-ordinated by City of Wolverhampton Council and supported by local employers and partner organisations across Wolverhampton.
The Wolves at Work team is available at the Careers and Skills Hub
every Wednesday, 4pm – 7pm, to provide employment and job support.
Black Country Impact is a free service helping young adults (up to the age of 29) to find work by improving their skills or gaining qualifications. Black Country Impact is a project in collaboration with City of Wolverhampton Council and Black Country Talent Match.
The Black Country Impact team is available at the Careers and Skills Hub every Thursday, 9am-4.30pm.