A PROJECT which aims to improve the lives of young people not currently in education or work is going on the road.
The Try Hard scheme, organised by the Warrington Wolves Foundation, has already found jobs or apprenticeships for four young people.
And a promotional visit was organised at The Halliwell Jones Stadium to show off the work of the course, which is organised along with Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby, and YMCA Training.
Neil Kelly, Warrington Wolves Foundation director, said: "Visits such as this highlight to sponsors and parents the valuable work being done by the project and how it is making a real difference to disadvantaged young people in the area”
Kate Lefever, UK Human Resources Director, at sponsors Goodman, added: “After spending most of the day with the students I was pleasantly surprised by the positive feel within the group and the progress that some of them have made already.”
Further for more details speak to Dave Morley on 248894.