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Cash boost for jobs scheme to help young people

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Fresh funding of more than £230,000 will allow East Suffolk’s “crucial” Youth Employment Service to continue for another two years as the district recovers from Covid-19.

The Youth Employment Service was formed in 2018 when the MyGo facility closed, supported by cash from Suffolk County Council and Suffolk Public Sector Leaders.

Run by Inspire Suffolk, the service helps those aged 16-24 across the district into work, training, apprenticeships or additional education.

Up to the end of June, 909 youngsters had used the service with 406 having progressed into employment training or education.

East Suffolk Council’s cabinet has now agreed £230,267 to continue the service for another two years – the first year will continue with........

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