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Grant to Juno Project (360G-SussexCF-A464500)

The Juno Project was created in 2012 to support women who wanted to work for themselves. Funding is to employ a part-time project administrator, and office base for them to work out of.

£10,000

20 Nov 2017

Recipient Organization

Juno Project (GB-CHC-1176628)

Grant details
Amount Applied For 10000
Amount Awarded 10000
Award Date 2017-11-20T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code E01031454
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type LSOA
Beneficiary Location: Name Arun 011C
Grant Programme: Title General Awards
Impact Category Maximise ability to strengthen community cohesion and build social capacity
Last Modified 2018-06-12T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Duration (months) 12
Planned Dates: End Date 2019-01-01T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2018-01-01T00:00:00+00:00
Primary age group Young People (13 – 18)
Primary beneficiary Children and Young People
Primary ethnicity All Ethnicities
Primary issue Counselling/Advice/Mentoring
Recipient Org: Charity Number 1176628
Recipient Org: Description Young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) risk a bleak economic future with negative health implications. In West Sussex over 1000 young people are NEET and this number is on the rise. The Juno Project was created in 2012 to support women who wanted to work for themselves. In 2016, we piloted ‘This Is Me’ (TIM) , a project that supports disengaged and marginalised girls (aged 14-16) in West Sussex who are at risk of becoming NEET. We help them take control over their lives, developing self-esteem and confidence alongside employability and enterprise skills. The aim of the project is to support disadvantaged young people to overcome personal barriers and challenges, go to college or work, and achieve their personal goals. Activities: TIM delivers 3 modules, each 8 weeks long, delivered across the school year: Module 1 explores the relationship we have with ourselves Module 2 examines the relationship we have with other people Module 3 focuses on developing enterprise and employability skills. Each module consists of group work, 1-2-1 sessions with a highly-experienced and fully-trained facilitator, opportunities to interact with a variety of external speakers and volunteers, reflective and creative thinking tasks, and a range of assorted additional resources and tools. Mentoring: At the end of module 3 we pair each girl with a mentor. Mentors are business women from the local community, who, like our young people, have experienced their own challenges life - be it personal, school or career. Mentors work with the girls on an individual basis for two years; helping the girls to transition from school to college or training and then on to work. The mentor will open her networks, invite her mentee to relevant events and learning opportunities, and support her on a woman-to-woman basis as necessary.
Recipient Org: Web Address https://www.thejunoproject.co.uk/
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