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Published on May 2, 2018
Face Forward is an innovative project in Dorset that works with young people aged 15-24 who are unemployed and out of education or training.
Watch this video to meet Emma, Dylan and Thomas, Face Forward participants that came from very different backgrounds. In the video, they will tell you about their experience with Face Forward and what changes they have done to their lives since joining the programme that have helped them feel happier and more motivated about their futures.
Emma, 22, had a difficult childhood and for many varied reasons she found herself unemployed and without any hopes for the future. Thanks to Face Forward, Emma started doing martial arts, which had a massive impact on her self-esteem and self-confidence. Dylan, 19, was struggling to find a job related to his qualifications after suffering a cardiac arrest. Thanks to Face Forward, Dylan is now working and feels excited for his future again. Thomas, 21, joined Face Forward, because he was lacking confidence and didn’t how to move forward in life. Thomas has now enrolled in a course and looks forward to learning new skills that could led him to the job he wants.