The purpose of the role is to deliver educational programmes and activities that inspires and unites young people across Derry/ Londonderry with Ulster University and the Foyle Learning Community.
Manchester United Foundation use the power of football and Manchester United to help inspire, empower, and support, young people to make positive choices and:
The projects will address the challenges young people are facing such as low levels of confidence, motivation and self-esteem and subsequent limited ambition, all of which have contributed to poor school attendance, poor educational attainment, teacher, and school conflict and, stress, anxiety, and poor mental health.
Working Hours: Tuesdays 3.30pm – 6.30pm provisionally (Potential for additional hours)
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