Instilling confidence, identifying passion, and igniting dreams in the lives of the next generation.
PUSH mentors 13-18 year olds in 10 countries including US, Tanzania, UAE, UK, Ghana, Brazil, South Africa, Uganda, Jamaica and Nigeria.
With the help of volunteers from around the world, we deliver dynamic workshops, preparing young people for further education, employment and an opportunity to build wealth through entrepreneurship and investing.
We aim to empower 1 million young people by 2035
Communication & Life Skills
We develop student's to ensure they can be successful in their personal life, the classroom and the world of work.
Entreprenership & Work Readiness Skills
Our program has been designed to help students learn the fundamental skills needed and confidence required to get their first job, build wealth and build a business.
Virtual Work Experiences
Students gain access to, explore and learn from the leading companies around the world by a unique online offering, powered by the Hustle Lab.
We target developing countries to ensure each young person has the chance to re-write the course of their own history.
Launch, South London
We launched our first program in South London with 60 young people.
2016 - 2018
With our volunteers and dedicated partners we expanded our outreach in order to impact more young people from all walks of life, impacting the lives of over 1,000 students.
PUSH Continues to Expand
POWERED BY THE HUSTLE LAB
Our main technology partner allows us to give young people in difficult circumstances access to programs and curriculum that provide them with invaluable experience and certificates they can use to further their education and career opportunities. The Hustle Lab is a cutting-edge business learning platform that empowers students to become leaders, change-makers, and innovators.
Afghanistan + Lebanon
THE HOUSE GROUP
THE DREAM CENTER
We partner with experienced local organizations that are focused on impacting the lives of those most vulnerable.
Join the Movement
Following the global lockdown which began in March 2020, The World Economic Forum predicted that 85 million jobs will be made redundant because of technological advancements. With your help, we can reach our goal of helping millions of young people successfully prepare for the future.