Tuesday, 3 September 2013

600 apprentices through Scottish football clubs

Scotland’s football clubs are making young people their business as part of a week of activity to support young people into employment.

Scottish football has seen more than 1600 Modern Apprenticeships in the last ten years, with £650,000 also announced this week to help clubs continue with youth employment opportunities.

On a visit to Dundee United FC, Minister for Sport and Commonwealth Games Shona Robison and Minister for Parliamentary Business Joe FitzPatrick met some of the club’s young volunteers and welcomed the contribution of Scottish football in supporting young people into jobs.
The club had particular praise for Scotland’s Best, part of the £5 million Legacy 2014 Young Persons' Fund which will provide 1,000 unemployed young people with the chance to gain valuable skills and experience to help them move into education, further training or employment.

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