Scottish Financial Enterprise Unified Schools Programme has been shortlisted in this year’s The Herald GenAnalytics Diversity Awards for the category of Diversity Campaign of the Year. The awards celebrate the incredible work done by individuals and organisations to support diversity and inclusion efforts in both the public and private sector.
Find out about the Young Person’s Guarantee and how supporting young people could benefit your organisation. The ambition of the Young Person’s Guarantee is that within two years every young person in Scotland aged 16-24 will have the opportunity of a job, apprenticeship, further or higher education, training programme or volunteering.
The impact of the pandemic on employers and young people alongside a challenging labour market means that there’s never been a more important time to consider young talent within the workforce.
To ensure an educational legacy from COP26, Scottish businesses and leaders are being encouraged to get involved with My Climate Path, an initiative designed by Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Glasgow to support the future of Scotland’s young people. Looking beyond COP26, hosted in Glasgow this November, the My Climate Path project proudly supported by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, will showcase the many current and emerging green and circular roles available across all sectors to the younger generation, which are not only the most active and aware of the climate emergency, but also the most directly impacted.