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I have had several jobs and long-term volunteer opportunities while still accessing support at Move On.
PAULA ARTHUR, 19 "I am a sessional development worker at Move On Edinburgh and enjoying my role.
KENNY CHURCH, 44 AFTER spotting a newspaper ad for Move On volunteers, Kenny knew it would be perfect for him.
I believe that if I had not become involved with Move On, I would never have been able to realise this.
When I got out my stepdad put me in touch with Move On, he's a volunteer mentor with the charity.
Most employers don't care what's going on in your life but at Move On they take an interest.
Because of Move On and their support, I have been to work in India and spent a year in Poland.
I would never have done these things without the support of everyone at Move On.
Hopefully I'll work with vulnerable young people, the way Move On did with me.
ALEXANDER BELL, 23 A TEACHER at secondary school introduced Alexander to Move On.
He said: "The employability course at Move On has taught me so much.