Careers & Enterprise Company

Careers & Enterprise Company

The Careers & Enterprise Company mission is to prepare and inspire young people for the fast-changing world of work. Its role is to link schools and colleges to employers across England and to help them deliver world-class careers support for all young people.

Why work with the Careers & Enterprise Company?

  1. National coordination: its 150 Enterprise Coordinators can link employers to schools and colleges across England.
  2. School and college Careers Leaders: it is training Careers Leaders in every school and college to make your engagement easier.
  3. Alignment with best practice: it can align your work in schools and colleges to international best practice – the Gatsby Benchmarks – and identify high-quality programmes for you to work with.
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21 April for the launch event on our upcoming research paper:

13/04/2021

Join us on 21 April for the launch event on our upcoming research paper: ‘Navigating the labyrinth’ – a comprehensive study on how socio-economic background shapes career #progression within the Civil Service, with key learnings for employers. Sign up to attend here ➡ https://lnkd.in/dUJ46Yr

Led by our Commissioner, Sam Freidman, the report sparks discussion about the unwritten rules to progression. It’s an example of the UK Civil Service taking the lead on #SocialMobility; acknowledging what more needs to be done and showing others how they can follow suit.

At the #LaunchEvent we’ll discuss the findings of the report and what it means for social mobility.

The event will be chaired by Sandra M Wallace, interim Co-Chair, Social Mobility Commission. Joining her on the #panel is:

• Professor Sam Freidman, Social Mobility Commission
• Nik Miller, Bridge Group
• Louise Ashley, Royal Holloway, University of London
• Dr Dave O’Brien, The University of Edinburgh
• Bernadette Kelly, Department for Transport (DfT), United Kingdom and Social Mobility Champion in the Civil Service
• Alex Thomas, Institute for Government

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