3D Change’s resident involvement helps individuals connect with employers, with a view to getting them into sustainable employment. Being actively involved with housing associations’ residents, we work to deliver valuable regeneration projects throughout the local community.
Why resident involvement is important
A number of groups benefit from our resident involvement. From the residents themselves, to housing associations, and private organisations, to the community at large, 3D Change’s resident involvement offers a win-win situation for all.
As a social enterprise, 3D Change is committed to ongoing economic and social regeneration within the local community. Getting to know local residents, assisting them in their endeavours, and ultimately getting them into sustainable employment has positive consequences for all concerned.
What do we do towards resident involvement
3D Change produces many valuable regeneration projects, which are delivered with local authorities, other partners and stakeholders, who all help to add value to the initiatives.
The benefits of resident involvement
Young people are able to get into work
Residents are given a wide range of opportunities
Housing associations have their residents put into work
Businesses minimise recruitment costs
Resident involvement in action
"We really enjoyed being part of the Brighton Your Futures Jobs Fair… It was good to meet so many motivated and passionate young people and engage them in music making" Lucy Mora, Access To Music
"TUI Travel found the Job Fair held in Brighton this week extremely positive." Sophia Wooton, TUI Travel
"The [South London] Jobs Fair was an outstanding success… The candidates were enthusiastic and prepared and demonstrated a real work ethic.” Kate Stafford, The Co-operative Group