Date Added: Jul 2010
Second Change School programmes are active in a number of European countries. These schools offer vulnerable young adults an alternative opportunity to enhance their employability skills by alternating education with work experience. People enrolling in these programmes disengaged from schools at an early age. They already experienced or are at-risk to enter into unemployment. This paper examines the impact of the Second Chance Schools on their participants' aspirations towards the labour market through skill-acquisition. The authors are able to identify the perception of Second Chance Schools' interns regarding entry to the professional life.