Access Aspiration is an employability programme designed to provide careers support and guidance for 16 –24 year old young Londoners who are making key decisions about their future careers but struggle to make links with employers. The programme aims to increase social mobility by broadening young people’s understanding of the workplace and increasing confidence, resilience and knowledge.
Access Aspiration can work with you to create pathways for your organisation to tap into young new talent over a 3-year term through one of the ways shown.
If you are a business committed to improving skills, aspiration and diversity and are interested in the programme, then download the outline or please get in touch.
“Young adults who recall four or more encounters with employers while at school are five times less likely to be NEET and earn on average, 18% more than peers who recall no such activities.”
(Gatsby Review of Career Education)
We have worked with a network of over 100 prestigious London employers, such as the Bank of England, EE, Network Rail, the Metropolitan Police, NHS Imperial College Hospitals, BBC and Twitter, to provide a unique menu of opportunities to young Londoners at a critical point in their education. Over the last few years, these organisations have provided structured work experience and industry insight days for thousands of students and helped them make more sense of the London labour market.
1,566 young people benefited from a wide range of interventions
215 work experience placements and 374 employer insights were delivered in 2017
24 secondary schools have signed up to the programme