MK Neighbourhood Employment Programme
Do you need help finding or preparing for work?
The Neighbourhood Employment Programme is a free employability support service designed to help Milton Keynes residents into work. We have support sessions in different locations across Milton Keynes, at different times throughout the week. These are free to access and you can attend whichever suits you.
Each service offers you practical help and advice with the steps towards finding work, guidance with identifying skills and potential work options and information about local job vacancies and training opportunities.
At a glance…
Drop-in community based job clubs – available to anyone looking for work, with sessions throughout the city; computer and internet access, independent job search facilities as well as support from advisors
Children and Families service – for parents with children under the age of 5 who are looking to move into work now or in the future. Accessible via children’s centres across MK, at times convenient to you.
Housing service – for those in housing need or MK Council tenants who are looking for support to gain employment.
Mental Health service – for people who are experiencing or have experienced mental health difficulties looking to get back into work or who have an in-work support need.
Over 50’s service – for 50+ year olds who need additional support in gaining employment.
Find out more about the support services offered by the Neighbourhood Employment Programme (PDF, 1.6MB).
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Last Updated: 27 February 2020