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Youth Friendly Employer Awards 2016 – Recognising excellence in recruiting and supporting young people 

24th November 2016 Rockingham Forest Hotel, Corby Northamptonshire 

You are invited to apply to enter the Youth Friendly Employer Awards 2016

The Categories are

  • Youth Friendly Small Employer 1 – 50 Employees
  • Youth Friendly Medium Employer 51 – 250 Employees
  • Youth Friendly Large Employer more than 250 Employee

Entry Process

Entry Form

Closing date for applications is 21st October 2016 and nominees will be announced on the 28th October 2016.

The winner will receive an award and have the opportunity to work with YEUK Youth Ambassadors to showcase their journey to becoming a Youth Friendly Employer.

There will be an Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner that you would attend and opportunities to sponsor an award or table.

For the full conference page click here.

Ticket price for Gala Dinner and Awards is  £80 per person or £60.00  per person for YEUK Community Members Click Here to Book Tickets

For more information contact shona@youthemployment.org.uk

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