We’re recruiting now for Youth Workers!
Thrive Teams are passionate about bringing hope and lasting change to disadvantaged communities. We are looking for youth workers to help us do this. Could this be you?
To apply, please submit your completed application form here.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 9 June 2019
Interviews are scheduled for Thursday 13 June 2019
We’re always looking for people who share our passion to see disadvantaged communities changed for good through the service of young people.
Join us as live-in volunteers, mentors and other volunteers.
See below for details about each role, and email us with your questions or if you’re interested in joining our team.
Since 2010, Thrive Teams have given scores of young people a mentor to help them unlock their potential.
But there are more young people who could be helped to reach their goals with a positive role model in their lives.
Could you be the person to make an important difference in a young person’s life? We’ll give you the training and skills to be great at it. All we ask is that you can commit to meeting with a young person once a week for a year. We don’t think they deserve any less.
Do you have an hour and a half a week to give to to help run activities with young people, like baking or gardening? We can’t run many of our programmes without volunteers.
Or are your skills better suited to an office environment? We’re always on the lookout for skilled administrators who can ensure that things run smoothly.
Drop us a line to find out how your skills and passions match with opportunities to invest in young people.
If you’re a student youth worker who wants to specialise in urban areas, we would love to discuss potential placement opportunities with you. Get in touch!
To register your interest for any of these opportunities, or to arrange an informal chat, email email@example.com. We can’t wait to talk with you!
“All Thrive staff who work in Barton also live in Barton so this gives a real sense of embracing the young people they work with, some of whom will be those most socially excluded from everything else that takes place locally. Their Young Leaders, Mentoring and Outreach projects have seen some amazing results and they have succeeded where others before them have failed.”
Sue Holden, Company Secretary, Barton Community Association