Education & Career Support for Young People


Equal Potential believes that early and ongoing support, both while in education and while in the early stages of their career, are vital to creating more equal opportunities, that set up young people for success. Support provided includes revision sessions, job clubs, mentoring, Maths and English tuition, holiday clubs, career advice and social events to help young people reach their full potential.

They support young people who are:
​Not in education or training
Home-schooled or have been unable to attend school
Suspected to have an additional learning need
Care leavers, or currently living in the care system
Young carers or young parents
Entitled to free school meals
Learning English as a second language
Struggling with their mental health

About Equal Potential CIC

Equal Potential is about improving diversity in our education system and workforce, one young person at a time. Equal Potential are a non-profit organisation based in Farnborough, Hampshire. They are a team of professionals and volunteers, who are experienced in providing support to vulnerable children and young people. Their staff and volunteers are primarily: Qualified teachers, Teaching assistants, Youth workers, Private tuition specialists, SEND specialists, Fundraising and third sector consultants. They are passionate about investing in the future of young people across Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Low cost or free of charge (dependent on project). Please enquire.

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Equal Potential CIC





Rushmoor Link Community Directory

Welcome to the Rushmoor Link community directory. This is the place to find very local information about activities, groups and community services. Whether you are looking for support, to improve your health and wellbeing, socialise more, get active, learn something new or find a place to meet, Rushmoor Link is a good place to start.

How to get started. Choose a category. Information is sorted into categories by service or organisation name. The directory focuses on what is available locally through statutory, community and voluntary organisations.

Next step. Once you have hit the category button, scroll through the results. You can use the keyword search to narrow down the information (e.g., dementia, Aldershot, football).

It’s a simple system packed full of information. We recommend you do not use punctuation marks like commas (,) or apostrophes (’).

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If you are looking for information about adult residential care or care at home care, please visit Connect to Support Hampshire. There you can find information about care providers as well as advice and guidance to help you stay safe and well.

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