If your business is looking to enhance your social value and give back to the local community – getting involved with our Education Programme provides the perfect opportunity to do this.
Businesses can get involved with the St Helens Chamber Education Programme in several ways, and each gives you a rewarding way to help inspire the workforce of tomorrow.
What Education programmes are available for primary schools?
There are currently two programmes available for local schools delivered by the Education team.
Learning to Work
The Learning to Work programme is designed to provide schools with high quality career related learning and personal development support.
Ready, Steady, Green
This project is aimed at inspiring children by highlighting potential career paths children could follow in the Low Carbon sector.
Get involved and support secondary schools and colleges
Become an Enterprise Advisor
St Helens Chamber is looking for volunteers from businesses large and small, to match with local schools and colleges as part of a Careers, Enterprise and Employer Engagement Plan for the Liverpool City Region.
How can your business get involved?
There are several ways you can get involved, take a look below and find the best option for your business.
Sponsorship of the Learning to Work Programme
By sponsoring the Learning to Work Programme, your business will give schools the opportunity to access this fantastic programme free of charge.
With your support in sponsoring this programme, we are able to offer schools a reduced rate.
Attendance at Career Carousels
We’re looking for people across a range of sectors to take part in our Career Carousels. Your employees can attend career carousel events in schools to speak directly to pupils about their line of work – answering any questions they might have.
By getting involved in these events, you can help inspire the next generation and ensure that they have all the information they need to make informed choices.
Hit targets for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Provide support to a secondary schools or colleges and work with senior leadership teams to develop a whole school strategy for careers, enterprise and employer engagement.
Enterprise Advisers are vital to bridge the gap between education and employment, and with your help these links can be strengthened across the local area.
For more information on getting involved and supporting your local community, contact email@example.com