Partners from across the region are working together to enhance access to learning, training and business start-up support in 2021.
The initiative is part of the Aberdeen City Council Socio Economic Recovery plan, which was created in response to the impact of Coronavirus.
The campaign brings North East Scotland College, Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the University of Aberdeen together with national agencies, business organisations and community groups.
The partnership includes Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce, Aberdeenshire Council, Business Gateway Aberdeen City and Shire, Elevator, Opportunity North East (ONE), Skills Development Scotland and the Aberdeen Employability Training Providers Forum.
Advice and support is available to all – whether you are a school leavers taking your first steps towards employment or an adult considering a returning to education and training with a view to upskilling for career progression or retraining to enter a new sector.