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ThinkForward provides long-term, personalised coaching
to young people in schools with the highest risk of unemployment
to enable them to transition into sustained work.

-ThinkForward's Mission Statement

Blog

22.07.2019   ThinkForward hosts DWP Permanent Secretary

ThinkForward has hosted a visit by Peter Schofield, the Permanent Secretary for the Department for Work and Pensions. As part of Employab [..]

04.06.2019   Celebrating Volunteer’s Week

It’s Volunteer’s Week and ThinkForward would like to acknowledge and celebrate the support, enthusiasm and commitment of everyone who gi [..]

13.05.2019   ThinkForward’s evidence to the APPG for Youth Employment

The APPG for Youth Employment recently published its report into the role the government is asking businesses to play to support youth emplo [..]

Our Impact

Our ThinkForward programme works with hard to reach, disengaged young people in Tower Hamlets and Islington in London, Nottingham, and Kent.

MoveForward works in London, Kent and the West Midlands with young people who have mild to moderate learning disabilities with the aim of supporting them into sustainable paid employment.

“ThinkForward has proved in practise with real young people that it has truly understood the value of preventing rather than treating the challenge of young people who are NEET (not in education, employment or training), that’s just one of the reasons I love working with them.”

- Graham Allen, former Nottingham North MP

Our impact

Attendance, attainment, behaviour and exam results are all important in ensuring young people make a successful transition from education into employment.

Support us

Help us to prevent the next generation of youth unemployment.

Impetus

ThinkForward was created in 2011 by Impetus (Previously known as Impetus - The Private Equity Foundation) following its research into how to dramatically reduce the likelihood of young people becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training). They are still a strategic partner today.