The Skill Mill Birmingham has been shortlisted for the Severn Trent Community Fund. Funding will be awarded to new projects aiming to boost environmental sustainability, reduce carbon and help communities care for nature in partnership with the Commonwealth Games.
Those who are Severn Trent waste or water customers can vote for an organisation of their choice. Public vote will be open for 3 weeks from 10am Friday 1st April until Sunday 24th April 2022. Click here to vote.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will bring people together, be they athletes from countries far and wide, or communities from across the city and region. As we prepare for this iconic celebration of sport, we embrace the Commonwealth values of humanity, equality and destiny.
The Skill Mill employ only ex-offenders, actively reducing reoffending whilst increasing engagement, participation, employability and educational levels of the young people to increase their life chances. Each young person receives six months paid employment, invaluable practical real work experience, a nationally recognised qualification, and further opportunities for progression with local companies at the end of their time with The Skill Mill.