Job Help Lambeth

Brixton Library Employment Drop-in Service with Hubert
Thursdays, 1pm-3pm, Brixton Library
The service provides support with employment, training and voluntary opportunities, it also helps to develop CVs, application forms and applying for benefits. Drop in Thursdays 1pm to 3pm or contact


Interview clothes hire - Smart clothing for interviews available to loan from Brixton Library contact: or Request clothes for an interview via ihateironing

LDN Apprenticeships in Stockwell deliver apprenticeships and traineeships in the digital industries

Opportunity Lambeth - Connecting Communities is an ESF funded employment support and job brokerage programme for unemployed residents of the Central London boroughs.

Millennium Community Solutions is a Community Interest Company based in South London. Its work is focused on ensuring people living with disabilities in Lambeth and neighbouring boroughs have equal access to training and technology to support day-to-day life, employment and social connectivity alongside dignity and respect for their individual circumstances and needs

High Trees in Tulse Hill offer bespoke one to one employment support with experienced advisors who are experts in helping those with multiple barriers find work

Disability Lambeth follow on support - The project supports Disabled people living and/or working in Lambeth to identify jobs they wish to apply for, provides employability skills training and supporting Disabled people once they have found work

LEAP employment toolkit - Handy toolkit from LEAP to support parents or carers to get a job or return to work

Status Employment assists people with disabilities and mental health problems in finding and retaining paid employment

Rathbone Youth Hub 14 – 16 Knight’s Hill, West Norwood – Supports young people and those with disabilities into employment, including help with CVs, interview skills, training and apprenticeships email:

Workwell - Provides individually tailored employment coaching for people receiving mental health support at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, as part of their care plan.

Community Tech Aid gives out second hand and re-serviced devices such as mobile phones, laptops, etc. to those with a specific need, e.g., completing a job application. Ask at your local library for a referral if you are interested in getting a device.

Good Things Foundation help for finding jobs online