We look forward to seeing you at our annual BBQ on Saturday 31st July 2021.

The event takes place at

New City College

Falkirk Street

London N16HQ

See you here..



If you are a new student to Voyage and wish to join our summer activities please make sure you complete the form below.

Due to safeguarding and managing any health and safety risks we require all young people to complete this form.

No admittance will be possible without this being completed.

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Summer University - Sign Up 2021

We are focused on engaging YP aged between 15 years - 18 years ONLY.
  • Please tell us the one main reason why you want to sign up.
  • We wish to understand any support needs so we can consider what activities we at Voyage can offer you from September 2021.

Voyage is proud to announce its summer University week taking place on Monday 26th July and run up until 30th July.

The Summer University is going to be fund filled, inspirational and most of all help our young people to better prepared for their next big steps in life.

Our scheme is designed for our graduate young leaders who have been part of our leadership projects and programmes in Hackney and young people who are connect to us via school programmes across north and east London.

The Summer University will include some of our amazing partners such as the Shoal Collective, the Logan Brothers and some of our corporate partners supporting our employability plans workshops, talks and joining in on the fun.

The Summer University will end with a big celebration at our Summer BBQ which will give young leaders a chance to connect with our mentors, receive awards and prizes and lots of give aways.

We look forward to seeing you..

If you are new to Voyage (introduced by friend) please complete the more detailed medical form below asap.







Voyage is proud to announce our amazing collaboration with New City College to run our two week long Horizons Plus Project.

Horizons is accessed by a short sign up form attached below and is available by referrals from secondary school teachers, social and community workers. Young people can self refer also.

Horizons is a unique collaboration which combines our specialisms supporting young people with educational challenges alongside structured education provision. This collaboration allows us to work with young people who may not feel that higher education may not be their next step in life and we aim to work with them to prepare and help plan their steps into employment and possible training.

Young people will

  • access bite size learning of key subjects offered at New City College
  • secure a mentor as part of their ongoing involvement in college life
  • get to meet some amazing young people on similar journeys
  • leave our project with a clearer sense of their choices and life goals
  • enjoy refreshments and lunch

We hope to encourage young people to review their options by sampling our bite size course which are all part of the two week programme starting on Monday 19th July and finishes Thursday 29th July. All participants will be invited to Voyages annual BBQ 31st July so all participants can become part of our wider family and access on going support.

Quick sign up - Horizons Plus 2021

We are really excited to announce our special Impact Day hosted by our amazing new partner Seen Displays. Seen displays are loaning us their space, expertise and are using this opportunity to introduce young people into their creative world.

Our Impact Days are designed to extract the impact of our work with young people and to generate amazing visuals, film and talking heads giving testimony to young peoples growth, development and purpose over the last 3 years.

We at Voyage chose to do things differently and to do this we have appointed our creative specialist team the Shoal Collective. The Shoal Collective have devised a creative brief, helping us to tell amazing stories about the leadership journeys of our young peoples experiences with us.

The two days planned will include opportunities for young people to shape the focus for the impact days, determine which projects they wish to speak about as well as appoint a team of 12 young people to act as

  • 3x Directors
  • 3 x Camera operators
  • 3x Sound engineers
  • 3x Lighting specialists

Thursday will be an introductory evening to set how the big day on Saturday will take place. We will also be joined by a selection of our stakeholders who will be on hand to acknowledge contributions of young people and to hand out a number of awards to outstanding young people. We will be joined by our new meals supplier Big Deezs who will be cooking up a feast to ensure our young people and guest are watered, feed and inspired.

The creative assets from these days will be used to launch Voyage new website, support social media campaigns and inform impact reports for our amazing donors, investors and supporters.

We look forward to undertaking this inspirational day with our young and working alongside creative professionals to make Impact.


Check out a great opportunity for those with a creative persuasion

💬 Q&A with former PEER Ambassadors
🎨 Practical art workshops
🎤 Artist talks with Avril Corroon and Amy Steel from the Acme Showcase 
🎨Exclusive artist studio visits
📗 Insights into alternative art schools and art therapy

Booking is essential – please click here! Registration closes Friday 9 April, 12pm.

To find out more, email: local@peeruk.org

Voyage is proud to be a delivery partner of R4NR which is an exciting new programme designed to kick start employment for young people from black communities in the environmental and conservation sector.

Voyage will be offering a bespoke mentoring service to the young people recruited by over 40 conservation charities and voluntary sector organisations. The mentoring will be lead by Duane Maddison supported by Shakara Mbandaka, Maxine Stephens and Neils Fossberry.

We will be working closely with Action for Conservation, Generation Success and SOS UK.

What is Race For Nature’s Recovery 

Race for Nature’s Recovery is a new employment initiative that’s pioneered by a group of environmental organisations and diversity recruitment champions. Our objective is to diversify the environmental sector and support the creation of new, fulfilling jobs for 16-24 years from predominantly BAME and other underrepresented backgrounds in UK environmental charities and organisations. 

We will also be supporting the host organisations to build their own capacity so they can better support these voices in their work. 

What are we trying to achieve with this initiative? 

We already have 35 organisations signed up to take part in the initial phase of this employment programme and together we’ve so far helped create 118 jobs that young people will be starting from this month onwards. That’s a great start and will enable us to begin making the cultural and organisational changes needed to improve diversity and create a more inclusive workforce in the UK’s environmental sector.

What are the challenges

we are driven by the harrowing stats around the initiative. e.g.

  • 118 young people will be supported into roles during the scheme over the coming months
  • We’re aiming to place 150 young people during 2021
  • 35 UK charities and organisations have already signed up and we hope to welcome others to the programme over the next year
  • RSPB, Friends of the Earth, ClientEarth, and ZSL London Zoo are just a few of the organisations already signed up to offer roles
  • We intend for over 50% of these placements to turn into full-time roles
  • Every role pays the Real Living Wage or above

Key stats about the industry

  • The environmental sector has the second least diverse workforce of all UK sectors
  • Only 3.1% of professionals working in the environmental sector identify as minorities, compared to 19.9% of all occupations identify as minorities



We look forward to hosting our young people as mentees and our corporate partners at mentors on our second wave of training in Jan 2021.

Please complete the very very short survey below so we can be sure who will be joining us on both sessions on the 21st January 2021 at 4.30pm and 6.30pm respectively. Please complete this survey no later than the 20th January.

Quick sign up - mentees & mentors

  • This helps us determine our numbers for meals.

The training takes place online via zoom so please click on the Zoom link below at the specified times.

We expect young people will join us from 4.30pm to 6pm.

adult mentors will join us on the same link from 6.30pm to 8pm.

Voyage invites you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Mentor and Mentee training session Time: Jan 21, 2021 04:30 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 858 4286 5017
Passcode: 655027