EN:Able Communities partners with Huddersfield University Business School


EN’s charitable arm partners with Huddersfield University Business School to support students’ academic and business studies

EN:Able Communities is enjoying a recently established partnership with the University of Huddersfield Business School to support students’ academic and business studies.

In July 2022 EN:Able Communities (ENC) invited five students pursuing Masters degrees at the Business School to evaluate the government Kickstart scheme through research and assessment of the charity's Gateway scheme. 

They first presented their findings to the EN:Able Communities trustees board at their regular meeting on Thursday 8 September and then to their  tutors as part of their academic assessment at the University on 14 September, which ENC's Head of Operations Simeon Perry was delighted to attend.

After the students gave their presentation there was an opportunity to talk to them in more depth and gain further insight into what they had learned from the project and how this had helped with their personal career aims.

The students -  Abdulalim Abu Sayf, Anthonet Chinenye Okoroha, Babatunde Alabede, Babatunde Tope Balogun and Muqtadir Rahim – presented some insightful conclusions about the scheme as a whole and its limitations in supporting young people not in employment and education (NEETs).

This partnership with the University of Huddersfield Business School is the first of many that EN:Able Communities wishes to develop.

The charity is currently recruiting a graduate Training Co-ordinator through the university career portal. More information HERE

Head of Operations Simeon Perry commented; “I am really pleased that EN:Able Communities has begun this academic partnership with the University of Huddersfield. I very much look forward to this new collaboration further supporting the social mobility of people in West Yorkshire following the success of this initial student project.  I’d like to thank the students for all their hard work.  Their research and formal academic evaluation of the Kickstart gateway has added value to the charity.”

 

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Written by Efficiency North

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