Recent DYW News
Win a Q&A session and virtual studio tour with Radio Tay Presenters for your class!
Cash for Kids have partnered with DYW to invite Primary and Secondary schools to take part in two exciting missions. This project will really help with Mission Christmas’ fundraising appeal and hopefully offer pupils an insight into different careers in fundraising, marketing and graphic design.
A Career Inspiration Series
Developing the Young Workforce Dundee & Angus (DYW) in partnership with Barnardo’s Works, Angus Council and Dundee City Council have launched an exciting new series of Career Inspiration Videos created to Inspire the Future Workforce.
This will be an ongoing project with the hope to publish two videos each week on a Tuesday and Thursday (w/c Monday 14th September for the foreseeable future).
DYW UP2U Campaign
DYW will be broadcasting an exciting new series of live webinars for young people from Monday 24th August to Friday 28th August.
The DYW Up2U episodes will include conversations and live Q & A with employers, young people and specialists from different pathways you can take. We hope these events will support you to find the next step in your #NoWrongPath journey. Follow the conversation on social media and hear about opportunities in your area #DYWUp2U20.
Recognition Award Winners Announced!
In light of COVID 19 we were not able to hold our annual recognition awards in June 2020. However the nomination process was still open and we were delighted to receive so many nominations in the three categories: Business, Individual and School/College.
Our 2020 Winners have been announced! We would like to say a massive thank you to all the nominees for their continued support to drive forward the aims and objectives of DYW in Dundee and Angus.
Developing the Young Workforce
Dundee & Angus
We connect employers, education and young people.
This helps employers meet their workforce needs, helps young people transition more easily into work and helps educators collaborate with industry.
Across the whole region there is a pressing need to make sure young people have the right skills and experience to enter fulfilling careers and grow our local economy.
Dundee has one of the highest rates of youth unemployment in Scotland. Right now, across Dundee and Angus, there are over 640 young people not in training, education or employment – but we know there are important sectors of the economy with skills shortages and an ageing workforce.
DYW can help overcome some of these challenges.