Employability: A sporting chance

How Street Elite is recruiting young people off the streets for work via the lure of sport.

A charity supported by FTSE 100 housebuilder Berkeley Group is building bridges across the cultural and social divide separating the lives of disadvantaged and marginalised groups across South London and the world of work. Launched seven years’ ago Street Elite, a programme run by The Change Foundation, recruits young people off the street using sport as a hook to arouse...

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