The Skill Mill has been listed in the NatWest SE100 list again this year. The list again celebrates UK social enterprises in all their wonderful diversity, and the top 100 are judged on a wide range of criteria – from the growth and sustainability of their businesses to the innovation and resilience they have demonstrated and the social impact they have delivered.
In 7 years, The Skill Mill has employed 194 young people in the UK. Just 16 of those have been re-convicted. This means our re-conviction rate is just 8%, compared to a counter factual of 72% for young offenders with 11+ convictions. 75% of the young people The Skill Mill has employed have progressed to further employment, education, or training. We are delighted that our social impact is being recognised at this level, and would like to say thank you to the judges for featuring us in the list.
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