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

  • The Prince’s Trust and Department for work and Pensions Scotland met last week to launch a renewed partnership aimed at helping more of the country’s unemployed young people.
  • Young people on Scotland's first Get into Home Building programme have already secured jobs and apprenticeships, thanks to their new skills.
  • Teams from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen met at RBS Gogarburn in Edinburgh earlier this month to launch the Scottish Million Makers challenge.
  • New research from The Prince's Trust shows that businesses are facing skills shortages, threatening to hamper economic growth in Scotland. The Trust is working with employers to upskill young people like Ashley.
  • Alistair Carmichael, Secretary of State for Scotland, met with young people who have turned their lives around with help from The Prince’s Trust Scotland and Marks & Spencer.
  • Scotland’s business and finance leaders joined forces to raise more than £30,000 for The Prince's Trust at its fifth Financial Lunch.

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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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