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Want to give some of your time to help young people with learning difficulties get a new start in life?

We need people to help with:

  • Drafting our policies (safeguarding, HR, finance)

  • Delivering the Computing Condifence sessions

  • Building our brand and communicating our messages

  • Fundraising

If you think that you have the skills and time, the please get in touch.

Are you aged 16 to 25?

Struggled in school?

Love computers?

Then drop us a line, we would love to hear from you.

Please note, if you are under 18 we need to speak with your parent or carer.


We are looking for IT professionals  to mentor PALS working on a project.

We aim to get a team of mentors that can help with a variety of different projects. The help will comprise an initial discussion to set the direction of the project, and follow up meetings/calls to guide the work.

Meetings and calls may have a member of staff present to ensure that the guidance is retained and to offer support in the communication.

In addition, we will offer training for mentors and opportunities for mentors to share their successes.

This is a unique opportunity to give something back from a successful career and and to learn new skills through working with PALS.  Check out CIPD research on benefits of being an expert volunteer.



Young People

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