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The Prince's Trust

Non-profit and Charity Organisations
Established in

About us

The Prince’s Trust helps young people across the UK to build the confidence and skills they need to live, learn and earn. 

 Founded by The Prince of Wales in 1976, the charity supports 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed, struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. Our courses give young people the practical and financial support needed to stabilise their lives, helping to develop self-esteem and skills for work. 

 Our talented workforce is at the heart of everything we do. It is down to their passion and dedication that we have been able to help more than a million young people to date, and that three in four of the young people we support move into work, training or education. 

We know that in order to effectively support the young people we serve, we need to create a culture and environment that enables our staff to do great work – and that’s why we’re incredibly proud to be officially named one of the nation’s best organisations to work for.

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UK's Best Workplaces 2021
Super Large (1,000+ employees)
Rank 33

What employees say

"I love working for The Prince’s Trust because of my colleagues, and the care we show to young people. Also being from a Muslim background, the focus and passion towards equality, diversity and inclusion is really important to me. I’m Co-Chair of a colleague network, where I work closely with colleagues from all over the organisation, hear different perspectives and gain new skills." 

Atta Yaqub
Head of Community Engagement - Scotland
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What defines us

Our people make us unique, and define who we are. Our colleagues support each other and work together to bring about positive change. We have a several energetic and enthusiastic colleague networks, creating a supportive environment and speaking to the organisation on behalf of our colleagues. They are critical friends, cheering us on to be better, whilst also celebrating our successes and diversity, offering a visible friendly face to any colleague who needs to talk. Our networks and elected employee reps act as a voice for the people, shining a light on lived experience and working with the organisation to bring about real change.

Both within and beyond our networks, our colleagues support each other on a personal level as much as they support each other on a professional level, and beyond regions and at all levels of the organisation. In addition to national panel discussions and activities like running clubs and yoga, local teams run coffee mornings, book clubs and more.


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What inspires us

So many of our colleagues have daily interactions with our young people, and we always look for opportunities to share these stories and moments across the organisation to keep every person connected to why we are here. We invite young people to join internal panel discussions and to share their stories at team meetings and events. Young people are at the heart of everything we do and, in and amongst the business of meetings and deadlines, they give us perspective and spur us on.

We are people focused, offering flexibility alongside a generous annual leave allocation and additional time off at Christmas. Many of our colleagues move around internally, taking on new opportunities and seeking out new projects, where they build new relationships and learn from different areas of The Trust.

Our colleagues are united by the sense of pride they feel for the difference we make to young people - we believe that it is the work that we do with young people that makes us a best workplace



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Word from the top

Our culture is defined by our dedicated Prince’s Trust colleagues and their passion for doing their absolute best to support young people. We’re all united by our cause, but what makes The Trust such a great place to work is not just what we do, but how we do it, with colleagues always ready to share ideas and feedback on ways of working as well as to support each other in everything they do.

It’s incredibly important to us that our colleagues always feel empowered to do a great job and I’d like to thank all our staff for helping to make The Trust one of the best places to work.

Kimberley Cleland
Director of People & Learning
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Career and jobs

Application tips

At The Prince's Trust, working with young people is at the heart of what we do - but we need a wide range of skills to achieve this.

People are the most important thing we have – they are the ones who make a difference. We work as ‘one team’, united in our aim of putting young people first and we start work every day knowing that we're making a difference.

The Trust has an ambition to become one of the UK’s most equal, diverse, and inclusive organisation serving young people. We are committed building a workforce that reflects the young people and the communities we serve, creating an environment where everyone can be themselves and do their best work.

If you're excited at the thought of working alongside talented and inspiring people in an ambitious and innovative team, then we'd love to hear from you! Visit our Careers site to find out more.




Our great workplace

We are looking for employees with a common quest and that is to put our young people at the heart of everything they do.

We look for applications who can demonstrate that that live and breathe our values:

Our Values:

  • Inspiring – leading by example
  • • Approachable – we are open minded and value diversity
  • • Empowering – we enable positive change
  • • Non-judgemental – we focus on the potential, not the past
  • • Passionate – we are absolutely committed to supporting young people



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