Barclays partnership

Scope and Barclays are working together to support hundreds of young disabled people across England and Wales. This partnership will fund the creation of new services. Supporting disabled young people to develop their skills and confidence.

Funding comes from Barclays’ £100 million COVID-19 Community Aid Package.

The partnership will create 2 exciting new services:

Career Pathways, Leeds

Scope’s Career Pathways in Leeds is a free, independent advice service. It will support disabled young people between 15 and 25 years old as they begin their career journey.

Career Pathways provides tailored, one-to-one support for disabled young people. With a specialist career advisor to help them create an action plan to achieve their goals. The service also advises on disability and the support available to young disabled jobseekers and students.

About Career Pathways 

Youth Community Collective

Scope’s Youth Community Collective is a youth engagement programme. It is for young disabled and non-disabled people. The programme aims to empower young people who want to improve their local community for disabled people.

Groups of young people between 18 and 25 years old will meet in 5 locations in England and Wales. They will propose, lead, and develop new projects in their communities. Working to bring about change.

About Youth Community Collective


Barclays’ colleagues volunteer their time to provide mentoring support. Offering professional advice and career insights through their own experiences to support the programme.

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