Using LEGOLAND to Build His Career

In early 2016 I met with a young man who was struggling to get anywhere with life, he had held a paper round for 2 years but was struggling to get into employment. He attended the new job club from …

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Jumping over barriers

The Advertiser, March 24, 2016 35 WAYS into Work has a number of contracts that focus on specifically supporting young people aged 16-24 who have a range of disabilities and disadvantages. They are all highly motivated to work. It is …

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Rising Superstar

Mollie Wallace who started Softcat in February this year is blossoming in her new role. Mollie along with Asim started a new venture within the Softcat organisation, selling sandwiches, rolls, crisps and chocolates to the staff from within the canteen …

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Maidenhead Advertiser interview Laura Davis

Laura Davis, our Managing Director, recently spoke to the Maidenhead Advertiser for a feature on disabled and disadvantaged jobseekers, which also included a write-up about our work with electronics manufacturer Speedboard and hospitality firm Sodexo. We offered two young people with autism …

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Ways Into Work awarded ‘team of the year’

We were proud to be recognised by the British Association for Supported Employment’s annual conference. We were nominated by James, who we helped find a full-time job. The awards recognise and celebrate outstanding practice in the field of supported employment in …

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