As reported by the Edinburgh Evening News, Y2K are fundraising to keep 16-year old Adam Kelly in employment and offer him opportunities for further education.
If you are interested in investing in the future of young people and offering them the opportunities that were once open to all, then invest as much as you can in Adam Kelly and his future.
Adam came to Midlothian Garden Service as part of his school timetable. After some initial ups and downs Adam settled into his work placement and became an enthusiastic and committed member of the team. He thrived in a hands on, practical environment and was accepted on the Programme of Alternative Vocational Education (P.A.V.E). Adam completed this programme and moved on to the Get Ready for Work Programme, provided by Midlothian Training Services (MTS), maintaining his placement within Y2K and Midlothian Garden Service.
This programme has now come to an end and Adam has been given an 8-week extension from MTS. Y2K and Midlothian Garden Service would like to recognise Adams effort and commitment to changing his life direction by offering him a one year contract, with the possibility of studying his Horticulture Level 2 with Border College. Read more
The young people at Y2K have made a wonderful short film about the Project and why they like coming here. Watch it here: