A new report on young workers and financial capability calls on employers to do more to skill up their young recruits on money matters, as nearly half struggle to pay their bills.
For the past year, NYA has been supported by the Money Advice Service’s What Works Fund to improve the financial capability of 16-21 year olds engaged in or preparing for an apprenticeship.
In National Apprenticeship Week we thought it would be a good time to update the sector on the progress with the Youth Worker Apprenticeship.
NYA welcomes a commitment from John McDonnell MP to a statutory youth service at the Conference of the General Federation of Trade Unions.
NYA and partners Platform Thirty1 have been awarded development funding from the Spirit of 2012 and the #iwill fund for their Fire and Wire project.
Welcome to the newly formed NYA Network, our way of connecting you to our vital work and like-minded colleagues. We have created the network to bring you insights from across the youth work sector and to showcase latest developments from the NYA and collaborations with trusted partners. Our network is a new innovation for us
Britain Thinks and the Money Advice Service recently released research on young people’s attitudes to money management.
Government has announced it will use money from dormant bank accounts to tackle societal challenges.
16 new green tech projects funded by The Environment Now have been announced.
Announcements today to tackle the UK’s growing social mobility problem by Justine Greening are welcomed by the National Youth Agency.