About the Kickstart Scheme
The Kickstart Scheme is a UK Government funded scheme that provides funding to create new job placements for 16-24 year olds who are on Universal Credit and at risk of long term unemployment.
MGS sees this as a call to action for all employers to support youth employability in these challenging times. It is up to all of us to support the future workforce and give them the opportunity to get high quality work experience and build their employability skills.
MGS has been approved as a Kickstart Gateway for the sector and we are currently progressing with Kickstart opportunities. As a Living Wage employer we are topping up each Kickstart opportunity to the Real Living Wage.
If you are interested to know more please get in touch with Markus Offer, Skills Development Manager, MarkusO@museumsgalleriesscotland.org.uk, 0131 550 4143
- Iman Cinjarevic is a Museum Guide and Archive Assistant at Chapter House Musuem Trust. She created three murals for the walls in their hallway.
- Steven, Kickstart at Chapter House, has been working a rendition of the famous Dunkeld story – The Bridge Toll Riots of 1868 – in the form of a short cartoon
- Iman, Kickstarter at Chapter House, has created a ‘mini exhibition’ displaying paintings and illustrations depicting Dunkeld and Birnam’s scenery.
Millie posted a Kickstarter 'Day in the Life' takeover on the Highland Folk Museums Instagram account.