turn up your skill set
amplifi is youth led online opportunities platform, developed with young people’s ideas, energy, lived experiences and goals. The amplifi platform is space for any young person or young adult aged 16-25 seeking to build on their aspirations, confidence, and skills to power their next steps in life and work.
Here at amplifi, we provide a space for young people to become amplifi influencers where they can share their views to drive forward employability opportunities for other young people.
Our young influencers sit behind the camera of our blogs and vlogs, are the creative force developing engaging programmes and are in the social media spotlight marketing the platform.
Our young influencers are behind everything you see on amplifi!
Check out our influencer events below and if you want to know more
Design Thinking – Tata Consultancy Services
This session will be our first steps in creating one of the key features of amplifi- the needs assessment. Using the design thinking process we will be joined by our fantastic partners at TCS to explore what our needs assessment will looks like, do and how it will work.
Here’s the latest of our exciting opportunities for you to join. Please click to find out more.
In some instances, you may be directed away from the amplifi platform and to a third-party platform. Whilst we do what we can to verify opportunities provided by third party providers we are not liable or responsible for any third-party content on their site. Find out more
Join the Clinton Global Initiative University
Become an amplifi influencer!
Join us as an apprentice junior content producer!
Location: East Midlands, National, Virtual
Have your CV reviewed by O2
How I did it: Interview with Jamal Edwards
By now it’s hard not to know about Jamal Edwards.
The founder of multi-million-pound YouTube channel SBTV, Edwards is an MBE recipient, entrepreneur, speaker and all-round music expert. SBTV hosts more than 10,000 videos focusing mainly on grime and rap, and Edwards is in part, responsible for giving these genres a second cultural wind by pushing several underground artists into the mainstream with his promotion of their music.