Watch Jessica tell us of her difficult path to employment

6th December 2017

Birmingham City Council have produced a short video detailing Jessica’s difficult journey to employment and the role that the Birmingham Youth Promise Plus Project has played. The video talks of the difficulties Jessica has faced in her life and how Imani Clough-Thompson, a Core Assets Children’s Services Intervention Worker, supported her into her new role.

Press play to watch the video!

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Youth Promise Plus is a Birmingham and Solihull Employment Pathway Project supported by the European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative.

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