Pathways to progression

Pathways to progression is a new programme designed to support young people in Doncaster to realise their potential and help them understand the steps to take to achieve their chosen career.

We work with people who are:

  • Age 16 - 18 year old
  • Live in Doncaster
  • Not in education, employment or training
About us

Pathways to Progression are a small team of qualified and experienced career advisers. Together we work to support our young people and boost self-esteem to help reduce youth unemployment within Doncaster. We are local so we understand what opportunities are available on your doorstep.

How we support our young people?

Everyone's career aspirations are different. That's why we work with our young people on a one to one basis to provide the best support to help take those first steps towards the future. We will listen and spend time getting to know interests and passions and will work to create a personalised action plan to help achieve agreed goals.

Why join the programme?

Through Pathways to Progression we will:

  • Build tailored support for someone who is struggling to help achieve career goals
  • Develop an understanding of the work place, employer expectations, rights and responsibilities
  • Work at a young person's pace, to create goals that will suit their needs

The journey starts here

Pathways to progression is open to all young people who meet the above criteria. A young person, parent, carer or professional can refer to the programme by contacting the team today.
Age and right to work in the UK must be confirmed by either a passport or birth certificate, we will need to see these shortly after the referral has been made in order to complete a start on the project.

If you would like to refer to the programme, you can do so by completing the referral form below.

Get in touch with a member of our team today:

Tel: 01302 736100


Doncaster Children’s Services Trust
Colonnades House
Duke Street


“She is a really good social worker. She listens to me; she fights for my rights; she has a laugh with me and is honest with me. She is the best social worker ever.”


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