This April marks a significant moment for the Centre for Youth Impact. As many of you familiar with the evolution of the Centre will know, we have taken our time in thinking through our structure and identity. We wanted to be sure that whatever form we took, it would not just enable but require us to work collaboratively, respectfully and thoughtfully. As such, we are delighted to announce that the Centre for Youth Impact is registering as a charity, with a new Chair and Board of trustees.
The Centre for Youth Impact, supported by Big Lottery Fund, is delighted to present our report from one year of working with the Talent Match partnerships to learn about quality in mentoring relationships. Talent Match is a five-year, £108 million investment by the Big Lottery Fund to tackle youth unemployment. The programme is delivered by cross-sector partnerships in 21 areas across England, supporting young people aged 18-24 furthest from the labour market.
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