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Migrant Leaders – Free Leaders Development programme

Migrant Leaders – Free Leaders Development programme
Migrant Leaders – Free Leaders Development programme for 16 – 18 year olds and Impact Report 

Migrant Leaders is an independent UK registered charity programme with the aim to support young 1st and 2nd generation migrants as well as all disadvantaged youths and to help them succeed in Britain. The programme is free and applicants are between 16 and 25 years old and they gain mentoring, workshops, work experiences and connections. Migrant Leaders now have 600 senior mentors from more than 95 FTSE100 and leading firms. They also share inspirational videos illustrating the impact of their corporate partnerships on the young people they support. Examples include: Anglo American, Smith & Nephew , Kantar. 

Young people can apply to their free programme here: Candidate Application. For more information, please look at the Candidate Application Information leaflet and a short video introducing the development programme to students: Short Introduction to Migrant Leaders - For Students. 

Read the Impact Report here >

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