The Prince’s Trust supports disadvantaged young people across Scotland.

The Prince's Trust in Scotland gives young people the practical and financial support they need to stabilise their lives. We help develop key skills, confidence and motivation, enabling young people to move into work, education or training. Read more about The Trust.

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Latest news

  • Two friends who launched a budding new business at the start of the year are celebrating a boost from Scotland Young Entrepreneurs scheme.
  • Daniel McGinley, who was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome at the start of the year, enjoyed being part of the Ryder Cup thanks to an employability and volunteering programme.
  • Young entrepreneurs were recognised for their success in setting up, and expanding, their businesses at the annual Growth Fund Awards this week.
  • Prince’s Trust Young Ambassador Dylan, 17, tells how our Get into Cooking programme with City of Glasgow College helped him to land his dream job at one of Glasgow’s top restaurants.
  • The ‘Lunch With an Old Bag’ fundraising event returned to Edinburgh this month, with 400 movers and shakers from across the city gathering to raise over half a million pounds for The Prince’s Trust Scotland.
  • Thirteen trainees from across Ayrshire have graduated from The Trust's first Get into Civil Engineering programme.

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Youth Business Scotland

In 2012, The Prince’s Trust Scotland and sister charity, The Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust merged to provide comprehensive support to young people in Scotland under the name Youth Business Scotland.


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