Taschan is our Progressions Coordinator for London and joined the team in May 2019. Her role involves running engaging employability work shops for young people, supporting young people with looking for and applying for jobs and training opportunities that best suits them. As well as heap load of support during and after that process. Prior to Street League, Taschan worked for the Prince's Trust as a Get Into Programme Executive supporting young people on their work experience journey with well-known cooperate companies as well as supporting them into jobs. Taschan has an outstanding background when it comes to supporting young people on their journey to employment.
Taschan likes playing badminton and Tennis. She also enjoys watching football and supports Liverpool! She is currently the CEO of Street Leagues London Football team 😊
Taschan’s first ever job was when she was 16, she worked part time as a sales assistant at Ethel Austin. Taschan loved working in a fun professional environment with work colleagues making the working day more exciting as well as exceeding sale targets and earning a good wage.
I love bringing out the best in the young people and helping them reach their fullest potential. Overall, I am driven by seeing them succeed in what they want to do in life and trying their best to make that is possibility. By supporting them with any barriers that prevent them from doing so, I can really develop their skills and confidence to find work. I believe young people are the future.
— Taschan Anthrobus
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