Future Stars are proud to announce a partnership with the Royal Air Force.
The ethos of Future Stars charity to provide opportunities for young people which lead to education and or employment is shared by the Royal Air Force. Today’s modern Royal Air Force (RAF) is the UK’s aerial, peacekeeping and fighting force. The RAF offer a range of great opportunities for young people from varying academic backgrounds. Some require minimal qualifications; others require specialist skills, higher qualifications and/or a degree. The RAF has over 50 available roles and multiple career development opportunities, from Chefs and Photographers, to ICT Technicians and Pilots. The RAF also offer Ofsted Outstanding graded apprenticeships for many of their roles, followed by a guaranteed job at the end of each one. Young people will receive the very best training and as well as getting paid to learn, the chance to travel the world, play sport and perform a vital national role. Whatever your role, the RAF is committed to investing in every one of its truly valued personnel. To find out more about the different opportunities please click here.
Emma Chambers, Future Stars Chairperson stated, ‘We are extremely proud of our partnership with the RAF who provide not only fantastic career options for young people but also the ability for aspiring athletes to combine this with high level training and competitive sport. We are privileged to work with such an organisation that places such a high value on the development of young people’.
As a start to the partnership Squadron Leader Cyrus Pocha, along with a RAF physical training instructor visited London United Basketball Academy to speak with the young aspiring athletes based at Alec Reed Academy to explain the different career and sporting opportunities offered by the RAF.
Squadron Leader Cyrus Pocha stated, ‘We are proud to support the staff and young people involved in the programmes of Future Stars charity. The Royal Air Force recognises and shares Future Stars ideals of strong team work, respect for all and the constant pursuit of excellence. This will be an exciting year for the Future Stars and the Royal Air Force is glad to play a part’.