YOU can kickstart your career by volunteering with The Albion Foundation.
Over 18 current members of staff at the Foundation started their journey as a volunteer at the charity before being offered contracted work, Keaton Landucci is one of these.
Keaton also attends university alongside being a part-time contracted member of staff, working for the Engagement Department.
“He is very much valued and is progressing as we'd like him to and he is taking more of a lead on sessions as well, which is fantastic," said Paul Blagrove, The Albion Foundation’s Kicks Officer.
Working for Kicks, a Premier League funded project, Keaton believes that The Albion Foundation has helped him to grow as a person and offered him an opportunity to begin a career which he never imagined he would have.
“I think the Albion has made me grow up as a person,” said Keaton.
“If I was to tackle the world now, I would have an older and more mature mind.
“If they had sent me out in the world of work when I was 16, I feel like I would have sank.
“Volunteering, I thought it would be something minute, but it turned out to be something massive instead.
“I never thought I would be a member of staff at all.”
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