The Duke is Patron of The Peter Jones Foundation. They provide young people with the mind-set needed to succeed in setting up their own businesses or to shine in an established business. This is being achieved through Peter Jones Enterprise… Read More
Studio Schools aim to teach 14-19 year olds through enterprise projects and real work. Employers have repeatedly identified skills based education as a key focus for the current education system. The Studio School approach ensures student learning is rooted in… Read More
University Technical Colleges (UTCs) offer 14-19 year olds the opportunity to take a highly regarded, full time, technically-oriented course of study designed for relevance to local employment needs. Sponsored by a university and supported by local and national employers, UTCs… Read More
The charity runs a range of programmes to address the social exclusion of young people. The programmes are focused on inspiring young people to achieve the skills, qualifications and self-belief they need to succeed in school, work and life. This… Read More
The University was recently awarded the Times Higher Education award for Entrepreneurial University of the Year and offers a rewarding and exciting learning experience for all students.
City Gateway helps the hardest to reach and most excluded NEET young people and women in London overcome obstacles to employment such as poor language levels, limited aspirations and low skill levels through training, apprenticeships and bespoke support.
The Baker Dearing Educational Trust promotes and advises on University Technical Colleges (UTCs), a new model of technical schooling. UTCs offer 14 to 19 year olds the opportunity to take a highly regarded, full time, technically-oriented course of study designed… Read More
A higher education institution that serves the needs of all sections of the community helping to transform lives, meet needs and build careers.
Founded in 2004 by veterans of the Battle of Kohima in India during World War II to aid education of Naga children.
The Evening Standard’s Ladder for London campaign aims to find work for unemployed young Londoners into work by seeking companies to hire one or more paid apprentices, and in doing so do their bit to get young London working.