Rapper Tinie Tempah, songwriter and producer Naughty Boy and presenters Jameela Jamil and Laura Whitmore will back a new Prince's Trust campaign to inspire young people making tough decisions about their future this summer.

The celebrities will take to Twitter and Facebook to share their secrets of success with young people who are anxious about exam results, struggling to find a job or feeling hopeless about the future.

The Prince’s Trust Summer Sessions campaign will kick off with a live Twitter Q&A with young entrepreneur Jamal Edwards, who set up online youth channel SBTV at just 16, on Monday 29th July.

The highlight of the campaign, supported by HSBC, will be a live-streamed Youth Forum on Friday 16th August, featuring amongst others Prince’s Trust Ambassadors Jameela Jamil, Naughty Boy and Wretch 32.

Young people across the UK will be invited to watch the event live on The Prince’s Trust website, with the opportunity to ask the celebrities for advice via Facebook and Twitter. Media partners Kiss and SBTV will also be getting behind the campaign.

To get involved in The Prince’s Trust Summer Sessions, keep an eye on The Prince’s Trust website, Twitter.com/PrincesTrust or ‘Like’ Facebook.com/princestrust.

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