Third Sector Involvement in the Future Jobs Fund Seminar

It is important that our third sector partners are aware of this event being hosted by the Office of the Third Sector. Places are very limited so please book ASAP if this is relevant to your work. Only one place per organisation. Here are the details:

Event: Third Sector Involvement in the Future Jobs Fund Seminar
Date: 2nd June, 10am-1pm
Venue: Cabinet Office, 67 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3QS
Contact: If you would like to reserve a place, please email your name, organisation and special requirements to lara.rose@cabinet-office.x.gsi.gov.uk by Thursday 28th May.

In the Budget, the Government announced a £1 billion Future Jobs Fund to which third sector organistions and other organisations can bid to create around 150,000 new jobs. This is a new approach to creating jobs and providing hope for young people and jobseekers in deprived communities. Further information is available at www.dwp.gov.uk/futurejobsfund.

All bids submitted by 30 June 2009 will be considered for the first allocations of funding to enable the first jobs to begin in October or earlier.
In partnership with the Third Sector Future Jobs Fund Taskforce (jointly organised by ACEVO and the Social Enterprise Coalition), the Office of the Third Sector is hosting an information seminar for third sector organisations that are interested in bidding to the Future Jobs Fund. Practical advice and guidance will be provided about the bidding process and other support that may be available for bidders. This will be a practical workshop based seminar that is intended to support the development of high quality bids from third sector organisations.

Please note: Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Only one place per organisation.

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