Manchester Youth Empowerment Club (MYEC) aims to address the social issues affecting the teenagers from black ethnic minority in Manchester, especially from African migrants.

Our mission is to tackle the pressing social issue of addiction, with a specific focus on combating the rising trends of social media and vaping addiction among our youth. We recognize that these modern challenges can significantly impact the well-being of young individuals, and our aim is to foster a supportive environment where they can thrive.

At MYEC, we are committed to empowering our youth by providing them with the tools and support necessary to navigate and overcome the complexities of these addictions. Our approach is holistic and tailored, understanding that each young person's journey is unique. We strive to cultivate a safe and nurturing space where teenagers can develop healthier habits, build resilience, and enhance their overall well-being.

Through our dedicated programs and the unwavering support of our community, we are making a tangible difference in the lives of young people. We are not just addressing the symptoms of addiction; we are investing in the future of our youth, guiding them towards a path of self-improvement and long-term empowerment.

A spotlight on apprenticeships in aerospace

Aerospace engineers have the chance to impact almost every part of our lives, so investing in the next generation is essential. 

Are you interested in starting a career in engineering?

enjoy complex problem solving?

Then our engineering apprenticeship could be the perfect role for you to set you on the right track!

Redbrick and Russell Group Universities

You may have heard the terms ‘Redbrick’ and ‘Russell Group’ being flung around here and there, but what do they actually mean? And do they make any difference?