Get Involved – #BeInspired to be part of your community

Since 2010, Inspired Youth has been running projects to encourage the business community to support our work inspiring the next generation.  From a few hours judging at an enterprise day, so supporting longer term mentoring projects, local businesses have been part of our journey.

We’ve had the pleasure of working with hundreds of organisations from small sole traders, to national and international businesses with a local presence, every hour of contribution has helped inspire young people.

With the number of activities we run, there is always something to get involved in and your connection with the projects can be that it is your local school, your old school, your sector, that you connect with the male/female mentoring projects, or that you purely want to give back to your local community.

But what is really important to us is one of our founding principles.  That your involvement is for ‘MUTUAL BENEFIT – NOT FOR CHARITY’.  It is really important to us that you gain from the experience of being involved for you and your business, as well as valuing your contribution.  Take a look at the opportunities available to you.

 

Ways to get involved

Staff Development

As part of your annual staff development and appraisals, consider incorporating staff involvement across a variety of projects to develop individual’s needs.

  • IGNITE! Enterprise Days to build networking skills
  • Mentoring programmes to develop communication skills
  • Careers events to develop presentation skills

 

Staff Recruitment

Use a range of activities to get direct access to young people, and directly promote your develop training schemes to a targeted audience

 

Business Development

Take the opportunity to directly network with likeminded, local organisations who are investing in the community and their own business network

 

Community Brand Awareness

Raise the profile of your brand in the community, and your industry. Attract new clients and staff

 

Benefits

Individual Staff Members

  • Meeting new people, and build confidence to network more effectively
  • Strengthen communication skills in public groups
  • Enhancing presentation skills
  • Building self confidence from being outside comfort zone of day to day work
  • Feel good about giving back to the local community

Organisation

  • Confidence building for your staff
  • Business networking with current future clients
  • Employee benefits of development, as well as supporting recruitment and retention
  • Supporting you Corporate Social Responsibility agenda
  • Accessing brand publicity locally and within

 

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