GMYN has three job vacancies available.

Deadline for all positions is Monday 5th June 12 noon.

trade-up-imageTrade Up is an exciting programme funded by RBS inspiring young enterprise fund.

The programme provides enterprise training to young people, and gives them the opportunity to come up with a business idea, and have a go at trying this idea out on potential customers. The programme is for young disabled people aged 16 to 30 living in the Greater Manchester area.

Why take part?

It will give you the opportunity to learn new skills, gain experience for your CV, achieve accreditation, and have a go at running your own business. It is also possible to receive one to one ongoing support with any business venture you want to explore.

Latest Trade Up news stories

Nothing lasts forever, not even Trade Up!

Trade Up has sadly come to an end. We have had some amazing experiences throughout this programme and the young people and staff have learned a lot. We have overcome many barriers to make youth led innovative ideas become a reality. We helped AFC Masters, set up the first speed…
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Manchester's first Deaf Rave is a success!

Last week, Manchester hosted its first ever Deaf Rave. It was brought to the city by young people from Manchester Deaf Centre in partnership with GMYN and the Trade Up programme. The young people put on the event with money they had secured from O2's Think Big fund and the…
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All about that Bass!

The first Deaf Rave is coming to Manchester this February.The Deaf Rave will be the first of its kind in the city and will take place on the 24th February at Odd bar in the Northern Quarter. Young people from Manchester Deaf Centre have been busy planning it for other…
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Trade Up: Good News Story!

Mark, one of the participants from GMYN's successful Trade Up project, has recently been supported by GMYN to start up his own business - MND At Your Service.Mark has been part of the Trade Up project for approximately six months. The Trade Up project is aimed at disabled young people…
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