Believe in Young People (BiYP) is a charity which prepares and places young people into the world of work. It provides a tailored end-to-end experience for each young person from Year 7 to Year 13. BiYP brings together educators and employers to offer young people the best possible chance to find a job or successfully apply for an apprenticeship. More than sixty percent of students who have used BiYP are either hired or offered an apprenticeship.
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