Action for Children
Action for Children provides support for young people with issues that are linked to employability, including emotional resilience, setting realistic goals, building confidence, budgeting, and life skills.
Careers Guernsey provide free, impartial career information, advice and guidance to all ages including education leavers entering the job market, returners to work, career changers and unemployed.
Careers Guernsey provide reliable careers information and work related learning resources to help inform decision making and increase awareness of opportunity.
Any person can access Careers Guernsey services for support with their career and skills development and any additional needs and individual circumstances are factored in.
Visit www.careers.gg to find out more.
07781 106401 or 07781 10640
Employment and Social Security - Job Centre
The Job Centre provides support to improve people's chances of starting work or increasing their hours of work.
Clients are either supported by an Employment Advisor, Work Rehabilitation Officer or Case Worker.
Support is also available to people who have been away from the workplace for some time.
Guernsey Employment Trust
Guernsey Employment Trust provides guidance and support for any clients over the age of 16 who may need extra help to prepare for, find, and retain work.
The service is primarily for disabled people or for those who struggle with work due to their mental health or other long-term health conditions.
GET can work with clients who have a criminal record in addition to their disability.
This is decided on a case by case basis.
Giving Opportunities provides opportunities for young people in supported work and training.
Contact details 01481 242715
GROW provides training and work experience for people with learning difficulties and/ or disabilities.
GROW does not work with ex-offenders.
Guernsey Caring for Ex-Offenders
Guernsey Caring for Ex-Offenders assist ex-offenders to resettle into society by providing mentoring and support.
Signposting to resources that can help achieve accommodation, community and employment.
Guernsey Prison/Probation Service
The Rehabilitation & Resettlement Strategy (revised in February 2020) is a joint Probation/Prison operating model for the management of offenders
People who offend tend to have a higher incidence of issues in certain areas than the general population. Research shows that Employment, Education, and Training is a key factors that influence reoffending
Guernsey Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals
The GSPCA's mission is to prevent cruelty to all animals; to rescue animals in distress; to provide shelter for strays; to foster and encourage kindness and consideration in the treatment of animals and birds, whether domestic or wild.
They can provide work placements to support those getting back into employment.
Mill Street Community cafe
The Mill Street Community cafe is a place for acceptance and belonging, discovery and possibilities, making and meeting new friends.
The cafe works with people who have different life experiences and offers an opportunity to learn, volunteer and work together for the benefit for the community.
Formerly the Ron Short Centre LBG (the Centre) assists people of all ages with physical or sensory disabilities to access to open employment, or otherwise to participate in a supported social enterprise, as well as to maintain and where possible improve health and well-being.
The Youth Commission provides holistic support and wellbeing, as well as early intervention, and as such is not directly related to achieving employment