The Breaking Barriers project team are set to host an event for business leaders in October.
The gathering, held on 6 October at Linklaters and led by ShoNet Founder Clyde Williams, will be a way for businesses and business leaders to find out more about how they can support the Breaking Barriers project, which uses positive learning and employment opportunities to help tackle knife-crime and anti-social activities.
Through a 12-week intensive training course on Salesforce - delivered by ShoNet and Godwin Lawson Foundation - young people in Haringey will gain training, guidance and a qualification.
In order to offer a meaningful educational experience which increases their employment prospects, it is crucial to establish a network of employers that are committed to offering placements to successful applicants upon completion of the course, to gain work experience and potentially employment opportunities.
To find out more or to confirm your attendance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.