#MovingIntoWork Toolkit

Street League's complete guide to getting and keeping a job! Videos, infographics, and blogs, all focused on getting you guys into work! Our Outreach Coordinators and AfterCare staff give you their top 5 tips to help you get a job and their advice on how to stay in that job. Street League is committed to ending youth unemployment and this toolkit details exactly how you can move into work. We talk about C.V.'s, cover letters, interviews, and the benefits of joining a Street League programme. Read more

3 tips for phone interviews!

Before you’re invited in for a face to face interview, a lot of companies will conduct a preliminary phone interview to assess your candidacy. Usually, the call will last approximately 20 minutes and is used to determine your general level of confidence when speaking about your achievements and your skills. Here are three tips to help you ace your phone interview! Read more

3 top tips when applying for an apprenticeship!

Applying for an apprenticeship can be tricky, especially if you're unsure on exactly what it is you want to do. Here are our top 3 tips for applying for an apprenticeship. Read more

About us

Street League is the UK’s leading sport for employment charity. Our mission is to see an end to youth unemployment in the UK, and our award-winning programmes have supported 5,851 young people into work since 2010. Read more

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Annual Report

Street League Annual Report 2015-16 We are delighted to share with you the latest Street League annual report . We’re very proud of what we’ve achieved using the power of sport over the past year - FY15/16 was by far the most successful year Street League has ever had. Read more

Annual Report 2016-17

Thank you for taking the time to read the Street League Annual Report which covers our organisation's social and financial impact for the past twelve months. In this analysis, we share our successes as well as our challenges, and also share the highest level of detail we have ever gone into for young people's journeys from unemployment through to sustainable employment. As always, we are striving for the highest level of transparency in our monitoring and evaluation. Read more

Apprenticeships

Are you looking to find an apprenticeship or apply for an apprenticeship? Or are you an employer looking for support with training your newly hired apprentices? At Street League, we are committed to helping unemployed young people move into sustainable careers. The rise of traineeships, apprenticeships and modern apprenticeships has seen us adapt our employability programme to ensure we are supporting young people and employers to make the most of apprenticeships. Read more

Awards and recognition

As our success stories highlight, Street League’s unique sports for employment programme has a proven track record and is making a real impact across the UK. Read more

Bank of America

Bank of America is partnered with Street League’s north London academy, helping hundreds of young people into work over the past 3 years. Bank of America supports young people with regular CV workshops, Mock interview sessions, and sports sessions, providing expertise, enthusiasm to Street League participants. In 2017, over 100 Bank of America volunteers have been involved with Street League. Read more

Be an ambassador

As an Ambassador, your job is to help recruit and get the attention of as many young people as possible. Within this toolkit are a wide array of activities and challenges that will help you tell others about Street League through social media and in the real world. So go back and remember how you felt, where you hung out and what you did before you found Street League and use that knowledge to recruit young people like you who could do with Street League but are yet to find it. Read more

Chairman and CEO Summary

An overview of Street League's mission, performance against charitable objectives, social impact statistics, challenges from the previous year and strategies and priorities for the coming year. Read more