We fight tirelessly for young people, whatever their background

The Prince’s Trust believes every young person should be given the chance to flourish.

But one in five young people in the UK doesn’t believe they ever will, no matter how hard they try. Our community of staff, volunteers and partners work to empower them to break down their barriers and change their futures.

Since our founding by the then Prince of Wales (now His Majesty King Charles III) in 1976, we’ve grown as a charity to work with around 60,000 18-30-year olds every year. Supporting our young people is at the heart of what we do, but we need a wide range of skills in our team to achieve this. There are opportunities in both paid and voluntary positions to work directly with young people, as well as in support roles like finance and IT that are critical to ensuring we achieve our goals.

At The Trust, we want to be an organisation that represents all the communities we serve, which is why we strive for diversity of age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion, race and sex. We are a Disability Confident employer, and we have flourishing support networks which champion cultural diversity, gender equality, LGBTQIA+ colleagues, and disability, health and well-being for our colleagues. We also welcome applications from people with convictions and treat disclosures on a case-by-case basis, subject to specific exemptions for regulated activities.

In short, we’re working to create an environment where anyone from any background can be themselves and work to support The Trust to become one of the most equal, diverse and inclusive organisations serving young people.

Get involved and join our cause. Together, we can make a difference.


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