The Soul Project is launching a range of new services for the community – and you can find out more at a wine and cheese evening this Thursday, 11 October 2012, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
This local charity – based at 245 Wood Street, E17 3NT – is announcing three new initiatives:
The Aim Higher Mentoring Programme
This is a structured mentoring programme that consists of mentees 16+ working with professional mentors meeting for 4 hours a month in a working environment. The programme arranges for the mentees to receive a variety of experiences which include shadowing judges; work placements and attending career seminars and work shops. The Soul Project will also give an opportunity for all the mentees to be presented with a certificate of completion and a book which is signed by the mentor on behalf of Aiming Higher Community Mentoring. Come along to register and find out more on the day.
The Schools Support Services Programme
The support that the Soul Project offers to local primary and secondary schools has now developed into new areas. The Project offers one-to-one mentoring to individuals, and also provides schools with extra non-curriculum leisure / activities by providing trained dancers, vocal coaches and graphic design tutors. By delivering these workshops in schools the Project hopes to encourage and prompt free activities that they can do out of school hours. Also find out more about the Project’s support for young people on fixed term exclusions.
The Positive Life Project
This is a programme lead by the Metropolitan Police which is designed to work with young people, focussing on specific interventions for individuals. This is created as one overarching program for young people who have entered or have the potential to enter into the criminal justice system. The programme will be offering great opportunities for life skills and engagement in positive activities.
The evening will offer opportunities for networking and meeting new people, so come along to the Soul Project and enjoy the fun. Those details again:
Thursday 11 October, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
245 Wood Street