What are the business benefits of being involved with schools?

Everyone benefits when businesses and education work together. Here’s how your business and staff could benefit:

  • It’s an effective way to deliver your C.S.R. strategy to raise your company profile.
  • Businesses that support schools with contributions of volunteer time and money are viewed as good corporate citizens interested in helping shape the local workforce. 
  • It is rewarding for staff to be involved in the development of young people and helps to improve their confidence, communication and presentation skills.
  • Community support is a draw for many employees who want to work for businesses that support the community and educational programs.
  • Ensuring more young people are thinking of careers in particular companies or industries or sectors.
  • You can help close the gap between businesses’ needs and education, by enhancing  the curriculum, raising standards of careers education locally ans supporting educators in their mision to ensure that young people are better prepared for employment.

 

What opportunities are there to be involved with Ivanhoe College?

  • Promote your business and industry at the Ivanhoe Careers Fair.
  • Have an opportunity to see students' work at the Ivanhoe S.T.E.A.M. Show
  • Sponsorship opportunities for a variety of areas including: Careers, S.T.E.A.M., Arts, Sports and more

 

If you have other ideas of how we can work together to benefit both our school and your business please get in touch.

Please email: Miss Catie Hayward  at careers@ivanhoe.co.uk

 

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