The Oswin Project came together in 2012 to improve ex-offenders chances of finding long-term employment on leaving prison.
The Project supports ex-offenders in North East England, by sourcing paid employment and apprenticeship opportunities. To ensure that clients receive the maximum benefit from their placements, the Oswin Project also supports its clients with mentoring and supervision. By the end of the client’s apprenticeship period, which could be up to two years, they should have an excellent chance of securing long term employment.
The Oswin Project will:
- convene with and coordinate activities alongside partner organisations.
- raise funding so that objectives are realised.
- manage and oversee inspirational projects.