Date added: September 10, 2015
The House of Lords Select Committee on Social Mobility Committee wants to hear from young people aged 14-24 and not doing A-Levels, Scottish Highers or going to university (or have not been to university).
The Committee wants to know who is in this group, why they are in this position and what can be improved to help them, and all young people, gain good quality employment. They will write a report which the government has to respond to.
They are very keen to hear from young adult carers.
Parliament wants to hear from people who have not done A levels about going from education into work. It is very important that they hear from as many young adult carers as possible so your voices are extra loud and have the biggest impact.
You can save your answers and go back to them so you don’t need to complete it all at once.
Deadline is Thursday 1st October ’15/