Regarding Form the Future CIC, a member EBP
“I’m really interested in STEM, and Cambridge LaunchPad looked like a great opportunity to work with some interesting companies. The project day has been really insightful – I’ve learned about the processes that tech companies go through to develop products and a little bit about what it’s like to work for such an innovative company. I would definitely recommend the programme to other students – it’s been such a good experience!”
Finn Sutcliffe, Year 12 student from Hills Road Sixth Form College.
Eastbourne EBP has continued to build on more than 30 years of achievements in fulfilling its strategy of brokering meaningful partnership between education and the business community. In particular, the EBP provides a wide range of events and activities aimed at enriching the curriculum and student learning. All these events are important to the EBP, and the momentum behind the organisation continues to maintain the diversity of the programme, whilst dedicating much energy to the most far-reaching projects, Eastbourne Youth Radio and The BIG Futures Show, projects which attract the participation of over 3,000 students each year.
Dr Steven Goss-Turner, Chairman.
As the labour market has become more complex, it has become more difficult for young people to make informed investment decisions about the education and training they have to achieve to stand out from the crowd! This also contributes to a mismatch between skills and qualities demanded by the labour market and those possessed by young people. For young people, the labour market has become more challenging, transitions have become more fractured and precarious and a green-collar revolution has begun demanding new skills and capabilities. Continue reading “Dr Elnaz Kashefpakdel”
“We believe a combination of multiple encounters with employers together with first-hand experience of workplaces is the best way to build a rich picture of the world of work” – Sir John Holman, Good Career Guidance, 2014.