Youth Friendly Employer Awards

Youth Employment UK Community Members are invited to complete the application form and submit before the 1st November 2016. 

We hope that all entrants will choose to book a place or table at the Youth Friendly Employer Awards and Gala Dinner after the Youth Friendly Employment Conference on the 24th November 2016. 

You will be judged by a panel of YEUK Youth Ambassadors on how you show creativity, commitment to quality, evidence of organisation engagement and evidence of impact when following the principles within the Youth Friendly Charter.

Download the application form here Awards Application Form

 

If you have any questions please contact shona@youthemployment.org.uk 

 

 

 

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