Imagine a world where no child’s life chances are limited by their social or family circumstance. At Frontline, that’s the future we are working towards . . .
Over 700,000 children in England rely on the support of social workers each year. These children need and deserve the support of life-changing social work professionals, who can empower them to achieve their full potential and help break the cycle of trauma and disadvantage.
That’s why, through our work as a charity, we create social change for children who do not have a safe or stable home, by developing excellent social work practice and leadership.
Join our movement for social change
One way we work towards our mission is by recruiting and developing high-potential graduates to join the social work profession and provide life-changing support to those who need it most.
If you’re a graduate looking for a career that matters, our two-year, salaried social work training programme offers a unique opportunity to work directly with children and families, helping them make positive changes in their lives.
On the Frontline programme, you will qualify as a social worker and complete a fully-funded master’s degree. Intensive training and support will develop your skills in leadership, conflict resolution, analysis and relationship building, which will help you drive social change inside the social work profession and beyond.
Hear more about a day in the life of a frontline social worker:
On completion of the Frontline programme, you will become part of the Frontline Fellowship, a growing community of over 2,000 social workers.
Our fellows continue to develop their skills, share excellent practice, and explore ideas and initiatives that will bring about real and sustainable change for children and families. We provide them with the support, training, resources and connections they need to reach their full potential to improve the lives of children and families.
Meet Megan May, a Social Worker with Frontline at our Public Sector Panel on Thursday 11 November. You will here from her and our other panellists about working in the Public Sector.
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Have you got what it takes to make a difference?
Apply now: Frontline Graduate Programme