30 March 2017|Tottenham Hotspur
In the latest in a series of features celebrating a decade of the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, we meet Myton, who was serving a custodial sentence before being referred to a mentoring programme designed to help reintegrate young offenders back into society.
The scheme sees a Foundation mentor make weekly visits to prisons for one-to-one sessions, offering careers advice and further mentoring upon release.
It helped Myton, 20, through a difficult period in his life and led to him finding an apprenticeship at a railway maintenance firm.
He said: “When I went to prison I was isolated and lost confidence, while my hopes of finding a career faded. My mentor, Kieran, was the one who stuck by me, helping me into my current role and thanks to Tottenham Hotspur I’m now looking forward to the future.”
Click on the video above to learn more on Myton’s extraordinary story.