Great news for Lambeth youth. Youth Hubs are here.
Do you want somewhere where people you trust can help you get a job or give you great careers advice? An open door to friendly people who’ll give you a boost. Somewhere local, somewhere just for young people.
Lambeth Made has helped set up 3 youth hubs so far. And there are 2 more coming soon.
Check out the pages LambethMade.org/Youthhubs for more information and to see some short films about a youth hub in action.
Lambeth College Youth Hub is at the college’s Clapham Centre, 5 minutes walk from the Clapham triangle.
It’s a one-stop shop with loads of support services under one roof. Two welcoming staff will help you with your CV, improve the way you search for jobs, and practice interview skills.
There’s also housing and mental health information, and you can get help with English and maths if you want.
It’s open Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm, for 16-24 year olds.
Rathbone Youth Hub is the new go-to for youth employment support in West Norwood. It’s opposite the library at 14 Knights Hill.
The hub is open from 12 to 3pm Mondays and Fridays, 12 to 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
As well as CV, job search and interview skills support, you can talk about loads of training, apprenticeship and job, plus health and wellbeing workshops, fitness and sports, and all Rathbone’s youth services, for 11 to 19 year olds.
Lansdowne Youth Hub is in the centre of Stockwell, less than 5 minutes walk from the tube station at LDN Apprenticeships fantastic Stockwell HQ, 278 South Lambeth Road. It’s open daily from 9am to 5:30pm.
Go in and meet with their team for informal information, advice and guidance sessions. Find out more about Kickstart, Re/Start, traineeships, apprenticeships, plus work and college opportunities across and further beyond.
Lambeth Youth Hubs are a partnership project. They’re funded by Lambeth Council, Lambeth College and the DWP/Job Centre Plus. More Lambeth Youth Hubs coming soon!