Support young people in communities and in primary and secondary education.
schemes – work and train with youth mentoring services across
schemes – work with children in literacy schemes in schools
a difference – work with marginalised children and young people
experience – in classroom, communities and public sector
of placements available – related to History, Languages,
Manchester Centre for Youth Studies
offers a placement scheme, through which you will have opportunities to work
with children and young people with one of a number of educational and youth
mentoring partners. Our current key partners include Positive Steps
mentoring services, Oldham, Manchester Classics for All and Classical
With this Third Term placement, you will have a range
of opportunities available to you – whether your subject explores languages and
literacy, child educational development, education and youth, or marginalised
- Work with a community based scheme in the public
- Work directly with children and young people
- Engage with partner institutions and services, such as
libraries, schools, mentoring providers and community-based institutions
All students accepted onto this activity will be required to complete a DBS check to enable them to work with young people. The University will fully fund this check.
In addition, all students who complete this activity will be given a £30 stipend to support with travel expenses.