Action Tutoring are looking for volunteers to visit local schools in Newcastle and Sheffield to provide tutoring support to pupils.
Engaging our young people
Do you want to learn how to help inspire and engage young people in their school curriculum in the Greater Manchester area? Come along to this session that will help you learn of ways you can help.
If you still have volunteer days and want to help a school in Machynlleth please read on...
Supporting young people in Anglesey
We were please to play host in Eastbrook to Enabling Enterprise and 30 children from the Isle of Ely Primary School recently.
We are looking for volunteers in Cambridge on 13th June to support an Enabling Enterprise led event for primary schoolchildren.
Use your 3 a year volunteering days to help a school in Wales during May and June.
We recently teamed up with the Department for Health and Social Care and Enabling Enterprise to deliver a Business Trip for local primary school students in Leeds.
Welsh speakers needed to support a primary school in Pwllheli
Support for vulnerable citizens
Northumberland Education Business Partnership (EBP) are offering a number of great opportunities during the Summer term.
We are seeking volunteers to help support a day of mock interviews at Ken Stimpson Community School in Peterborough on 9 May 2018.
Do you want to help children in Somerset ‘be the best that they can be’?
Find out how you can train with Northumberland Education Business Partnership (EBP) to become a Business Ambassador or an Apprentice Ambassador.
Volunteers are needed in Cardiff on the 24th January, find out more and who to contact if you are interested
Northumberland Education Business Partnership (EBP) are offering training for volunteers to facilitate or support their School's Cool! event.
In association with the Skills Service we have a number of volunteering opportunities to engage with young people, either in the Peterborough area or the neighbouring counties.
Northumberland Education Business Partnership (EBP) are offering a number of great opportunities during the new school year.
Apprentices from HM Revenue and Customs recently attended careers events at schools across the North East, Yorkshire and Humber to promote the Civil Service and the Fast Track Apprenticeship.
The Primary Reading Scheme has enabled young people (aged 4-6) to read aloud to Civil Service volunteers over weekly sessions and for Nursery stage learners (aged 3-4) to hear stories read to them.