Connecting Opportunities for New Migrants

 We work with new migrants to develop their skills and opportunities to find work and be a part of the local community.

PATH Yorkshire provides one-to-one practical help and support to unemployed new migrants aged 22 years old and above, with permission to work and lives in Leeds.

The Connecting Opportunities Project is not a public fund.

How to join Connecting Opportunities

Connecting Opportunities is a regional project with 10 partner organisations who understand the barriers migrants face in the UK.

Partners: Migration Yorkshire, PATH Yorkshire, Halifax Opportunities Trust, Horton Housing, Touchstone, Women Centre, Touchstone, The Children’s Society, Nova/Dominion Training, Leeds Asylum Seekers’ Support Network, Solace Surviving Exile and Persecution.

Who funds us?

Connecting Opportunities is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund. It is part of the Building Better Opportunities programme.

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