Multicultural Employability Support Hub

Read a feedback report about the Support needs of Ukrainians Seeking Work

Our recent Multicultural Jobs Fair was highlighted as a case study in Inclusive Cities, an initiative led by the Global Exchange in Migrations and Diversity at Oxford University. 

You can read the full report on the project here (PDF).

Download and read the latest report about MESH

MESH Evaluation Report

We offer free information, advice, and support to:

  • Gain Confidence
  • Move into work
  • Access training
  • Find a volunteer role
  • Get work experience
  • Improve your English
  • Increase your financial skills
  • Develop your digital skills
  • Receive financial help with courses, childcare, and travel costs

A group of women sit at a table, studying.
A group of women sit at a table, studying.

“Cicely helped me a lot with my personal statement and CV. With her help, I got offers from several universities.”

“I have more ideas; I have already started my pop-up business and this support gives me the strength. It gives my dreams back. I’m very enthusiastic to do more.”

MESH is funded by Brighton and Hove City Council and supported by the Department of Work and Pensions

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