Aged 16-24? Whether you want to grow your skills, get picked up by an employer who needs your specific knowledge, earn more qualifications for your CV, or some combination of the three, the My Need to Live community is here to support you.
Our unique community platform serves as an alternative path to using the traditionally generic recruitment system to find work.
Our impact focuses on supporting young people into long term employment through getting them Ready for Work: delivering world-class career-focused training via applied learning programs, and helping diverse groups of young people build life skills and strong networks through a thriving community both on and offline.
Our courses are designed to help young people learn useful new transferable skills and discover insightful information about a specific industries and jobs. Our Ready for Work Programme is offered for free to all community members to help obtain the life skills to thrive in the workplace.
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Are we as valued as our employers say we are? For some they would say Yes my employer values me and treats me as such. But for most I don’t think this is true as I have seen firsthand “The Great Resignation” take place in our country and possibly even globally. Having lived in the […]
For most of my adulthood and childhood I can honestly say I was not happy, I was depressed and even at point suicidal. Much of these feeling stems from my childhood and how I was raised. Having a daughter who is now nine years old I relish at being her father and always there for […]
In our lifetime we will experience success, failures, and milestones. These are the things that make up a good part of our life and we should recognize each of them as they are all . Throughout my life I honestly did not recognize any of these, but I did focus on my failures mostly although […]