Barbados Youth Business Trust
The Explore Enterprise programme engages young people over the age of 18 in exploring whether self-employment is a viable pathway for them.
Enterprise Challenge aims to inspire their entrepreneurial spirit through group mentoring sessions, an online business simulation game and a business idea and pitch competition.
Asante Africa Foundation
Our pilot “Pop-Up” programme works with secondary school students in much smaller groups than in most classrooms, so they have the opportunity to develop their presentation and teamwork skills.
They can practice problem solving and strategic thinking, applying all of these skills to developing their business simulation and enterprise pitch.
HEART Trust NTA
The Prince’s Trust International HEART Trust NTA collaboration is aimed at supporting young Jamaicans into sustainable employment.
The partnership began in July 2019 and has far delivered interventions in Kingston and Montego Bay with based on the ‘Get Hired’ and ‘Get Into’ models.
Royal Barbados Police Force
Since 2016 the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) has been delivering the 12-week Team Programme to young people aged 16-25 across Barbados.
During their time with RBPF young people take part in a residential, community projects and work experience and receive support with getting a job or securing a place on a training programme.
Enterprise Programme Athens
Greece has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in Europe, and with small to medium enterprises being the backbone of the Greek economy, starting your own business is often a viable alternative to employment for many young people..
The Enterprise programme is for young people with a business idea that they would like to explore and consists of a four-day course, up to 12 months of mentoring and a business launch panel.
Knowl Social Enterprise
In Greece, young people still face some of the highest unemployment rates in Europe.
Our trusted delivery partners Knowl Social Enterprise have supported several cohorts of young people in completing employability skills, interview techniques and on-the-job training in collaboration with dedicated employer partners, including, Vodafone, AB Supermarkets, Aegean Airlines, Teleperformance Hellas and Leroy Merlin.
Achieve Trinidad and Tobago
The National Training Agency of Trinidad and Tobago
The Achieve programme is delivered across schools in Trinidad and Tobago. Teachers, trained by NTA and PTI, deliver the programme to small groups of students during the school day.
Programmes include; preparation for a Healthy Lifestyle, Interpersonal and Self-management Skills, Managing Money and Planning for Personal Development.
Junior Achievement Ghana
Prince’s Trust International in partnership with Junior Achievement Africa, have been working across 5 Junior High Schools in Accra, Ghana to deliver a pilot of the Achieve Programme.
The Achieve Programme offers an alternative approach to learning for young people, enabling them to develop their skills and confidence through relevant, engaging and informal learning, in a non-traditional education setting.
Mentoring Trinidad and Tobago
The Volunteer Center of Trinidad and Tobago
The ‘Me to We’ Mentorship Programme will provide both one-to-one and group mentoring to provide holistic support to young students throughout the academic year to support them in their personal and social development and enable them to engage with their school studies.
Enterprise Challenge Pakistan
SEED (Pvt) Ltd.
The Enterprise Challenge Pakistan (ECP) is an initiative of Prince’s Trust International in partnership with SEED Ventures.
Through a business simulation game, one-on-one mentorship, coaching and peer support networks, the challenge is designed to give students a better understanding of business models for greater impact and success.
Aga Khan Foundation (India)
Project Lehar, a wave of empowerment and self- reliance, embarked on by a team of young girls and women from poor and disadvantaged families in Patna, Bihar and Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh.
The programme works with young women helping them enhance their teambuilding, negotiations, communication skills etc. ensuring that they become more confident.
Magic Bus India Foundation
The ‘Get into’ programme is run by Magic Bus India Foundation in collaboration with Prince’s Trust International as an 8-week employer-led programme, aiming to give young people (age 18 to 25), who are work ready but do not have the required skills, the opportunity to develop these skills and experience to enable them to move into a sustainable job in a specific sector of work.
Ministry of Education
The Achieve programme has supported over 1200 young people to reach their potential, since it was first piloted in 2015.
Now the programme is being implemented by independent schools as well as the Catholic Education Secretariat, allowing young people to access the programme in over 50 different formal and non-formal education centres.
Jamaica Youth Business Trust
JYBT offer programmes that help young people develop the necessary skills and attitudes they need to become successful entrepreneurs.
JYBT will be running a pilot of the Enterprise programme where young people can learn about the basics of running a business, explore whether self-employment is right for them, and receive technical support with writing a business plan.
Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator
Building on Prince’s Trust International’s Get Into Programme, and Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator’s Bridge Programme, young people will undertake four weeks of intensive English language acceleration, alongside general employability training, and sector specific skills, before moving into a week of work shadowing with employer partners in Kigali.
Achieve in Serbia
Gypsy Roma Urban Balkan Beats (GRUBB)
The project is a collaboration between Prince’s Trust International and GRUBB to incorporate Achieve modules and methodology into GRUBB After School Clubs in Belgrade and Nis to further the education of the young people to enable integration into the wider Serbian community and eventually access mainstream employment thereby facilitating their long term social integration.
Enterprise Challenge Jordan
The Enterprise Challenge programme encourages students to explore, demonstrate and develop their understanding of markets and business strategies.
The programme is delivered over the course of about 3 months as an annual national competition that introduces young people aged 13-16 to business entrepreneurship concepts and the best practices in ethical-business strategy development.
Selangor Youth Community (SAY Community)
TEAM is an intense, 9 week personal and professional development programme to provide second equal chances to the at-risk youths in Malaysia with the end goal of providing them access through three different types of opportunities; Employment, Education, Entrepreneurship
The Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD)
Team is a tailored personal development programme supporting young people who are not in education, training or employment to take the next step in their lives. Combining outdoor and community challenges with facilitated learning, the programme is designed to help young people grow in confidence, resilience and motivation, develop team-building and communication skills, whilst taking responsibility for their community and futures.
The Hustla MBA is both an online and face-to-face learning journey, built around young people sharing their own lessons on setting up and growing a business.
Groups of young people come together to watch videos of young entrepreneurs talking about how they started their own businesses and share ideas and solutions in order to move to the next step in their business journey.
Bizrupt and 100 mentors
December 2019 saw the first PTI employability programmes begin on the island of Crete, starting with Get Into Online Freelance. This was also the first Get Into Freelance programme to be run outside of the UK. The future focus will be engaging young people in interview and CV workshops, the Get Into online freelance programme and the Get Hired live programme.
Business Development Center (BDC) and LOYAC
Tariqi is based on the Prince’s Trust’s flagship employability programme “Get Into” and is delivered by our two delivery partners, BDC and LOYAC. Tariqi supports 18-27 year-old young people, who are not in education or employment move into a sustainable and desirable employment.
The course aims to build up a young person’s skill set, improve their communication skills, and boost their confidence, ultimately leading them into paid employment.
Ministry of Youth and Community Empowerment
The ‘Get Into’ and ‘Get Hired’ programmes are tailored to meet the needs of the job market and young people.
Since the inception of the partnership in 2016, the programmes have been run in the hospitality, retail, logistics, construction, and uniformed services industries.
Junior Achievement Jamaica
Prince’s Trust International has been working with Junior Achievement Jamaica in Kingston, Jamaica to introduce the Achieve programme into schools within the Kingston and St Thomas’s areas.
At present we are working with 6 main stream schools, 26 teachers and 265 young people in grades 7, 9 and 10.
SOLS 24/7 (SOLS Academy of Innovation & Community Centres)
Prince’s Trust International and SOLS 24/7 are working in partnership to deliver Achieve, a programme providing an alternative approach to learning for young people struggling in traditional education.
The programme particularly targets young people from underprivileged backgrounds, with a focus on Orang Asli indigenous communities. The aim of the programme is to support them develop the skills and confidence needed through relevant, engaging and informal learning.
Bizrupt and 100 mentors
In July 2020, our partners Bizrupt and 100 Mentors launched the first Enterprise Programme, Found It, enabling young people to gain entrepreneurship skills and explore a business idea.