The YES trusted Implementation Partner (IP) model has been established to enable the creation of work experiences to scale. They give businesses who cannot afford, or do not have capacity to host youth in their organisations, an affordable and reliable way to make an impact. Your business, youth, families and communities are all able to benefit. The YES IPs take care of the recruitment, admin, training and hosting costs, while you receive your B-BBEE level up. Regular reporting and digital dashboards enable you to keep a close eye on the development of the youth you have invested in.
Cost-effective, less admin, more impact.
The YES IP team ensures partners are carefully selected and vetted to become IPs in order to provide youth with quality work experiences while ensuring corporate sponsors obtain their B-BBEE level ups.
Assessment of IP's
Workplaces are checked to ensure:
The scorecard and monthly report are generated to:
Digital monitoring processes ensure all IP data is up-to-date and accurate, allowing YES to maintain rigour in the monitoring and evaluation process, making sure that your investment is spent wisely, ethically and for optimal impact.
Could public-private partnerships be key to turning SA's shockingly low ROI on education around? Investec, in partnership with YES (Youth Employment Service) and ORT SA Cape invested in Unathi Thembani, who until a few years ago, was unemployed and battling to support her daughter. She's now a fully qualified Grade R teacher and a role model for other single mothers in her community. A case study of hope amidst an ongoing crisis.
Conservation South Africa’s senior coordinator, Malinda Gardiner, speaks about the impact of YES and the importance of its partners.
YES Youth Supervisors from Conservation South Africa illustrate the impact YES has on youth, communities, and the environment.