Voyage is launching its dynamic progression programme for Young Leadership graduates and Hackney young people on Saturday 28th may 2016 at 1pm at Hackney Community College.

We are launching the SHLA programme with a host of partners who will be on hand to set out how their specific contributions will be incorporated into the programme to ensure young people make smoother progressions into the world of work and into higher education.

On the afternoon Voyage will be joined by

  • Dr Everette Penn from TAPPS Academy in Texas USA
  • Dillys Silah from a Who will hear my cry
  • Yaa Antwi Nsiah from project Youthful
  • Dennise Hillman from the Lead Academy
  • Janet Hills from the Metropolitan Black Police Associations
  • Ray Douglas from Stepwise and Street Doctors
  • Robert Levy Foundation

We look forward to seeing you here and help us to create inspiring progression opportunities for young people.

Voyage has written to our new Mayor of London to congratulate him on his amazing election victory and to thank him for gracing us at our Graduation event last December. We celebrated the evening with over 200 guests and an illustrious cast guest speakers such as Jennette Arnold OBE, Mr Addai (Grandfather of Marcel Addai), Kevin Iles (Chaucer Trust), Stephen Greenhalgh and compared by the Mighty Action Jackson. All sharing this momentous occasion with our graduate young leaders and their families.

Voyage looks forward to re-establishing relations with the Mayors Office and creating an exciting and unique partnership that makes London’s streets safer whilst creating exemplary and distinctive young leaders in the process. We salute you Sadiq.