EOTO – Providing kickstarts for a lost generation

This is the article that my work-partner Sean wrote, and even though I was very ill, I still managed to take two dozen fairly decent photographs.

Pic: Sharon: Each One Teach One's director, Sarah McLoughlin, hopes to empower young people to get on with their lives Pic: Sharon: Each One Teach One’s director, Sarah McLoughlin, hopes to empower young people to get on with their lives

It seemed apt that the weather should be so wondrously bright, positive and full of promise as we approached the offices of Each One Teach One (EOTO), AKA, The University of Alternative Learning. The brainchild of  Plan B, the musician Ben Drew, was born out of the bleak riotous times of 2011; it is a real tribute to change, self-help and positivity. The registered charity’s main focus is to empower young people (14-25). By providing courses to impart useful skills such as: Hair Dressing, Boxing, Drama, Media and Music, gives the students a better chance in the workplace. They get to really feel their self-worth.

On arrival at their offices in East London I was introduced to EOTO’s Director Sarah McLoughlin. Greeted with a warm smile I felt right at home. She radiated passion for…

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