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Young Person’s Guarantee commitment

17th February 2022

The Young Person’s Guarantee is a commitment to every 16–24 year old in Scotland of an opportunity that will positively impact their future. That opportunity could be a job, apprenticeship, further or higher education, training programme, or volunteering.

CashBack for Communities and Inspiring Scotland are supporting the ongoing campaign to make young people aware of the Young Person’s Guarantee. We would welcome support from CashBack Partners and others to help the campaign reach as many young people in Scotland as possible.

The campaign, developed by Scottish Government in partnership with stakeholders and partners, showcases a range of opportunities – with a focus on inclusion and breadth of choice. The campaign directs young people to the Young Person’s Guarantee website where they can search the opportunity finder and find details of wider support and advice should they need it. The website also features advice and support for employers who may wish to join the 400 employers who have already signed up to the Young Person’s Guarantee.

So whether you are an employer, a young person looking for that next step, or simply want to help promote the opportunity of the Guarantee to our young people, see : https://youngpersonsguarantee.scot/

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