LEAN Celebration Event
Reed in Partnership attended the Greater London Authority’s annual celebration event marking its London Enterprise Adviser Network. We provide the important careers support service across central, west, south and east London.
The event was a chance to bring everyone involved in this important network together and highlight the work being done to ensure all young Londoners have access to opportunities in the city. The network has tripled in size in the past year and is now supporting over 300 schools and colleges in the capital. Over 1,800 hours of careers related activity has been provided.
Nearly 200 people were in attendance at City Hall to see six awards handed out. The Deputy Mayor for Social Intergration, Social Mobility, Community Engagement, Dr Debbie Weekes-Bernard, spoke about the positive impact the network is having across London and also thanked all of the people involved. John Yarham from the Careers and Enterprise Company also gave warm thanks to those who have volunteered to be Enterprise Advisers.
Carla Alexander, Director of Business Development at Reed in Partnership, was invited to attend the event. She said:
“It was so heartwarming to see the support and appreciation in the room between school career leaders and their Enterprise Advisers. I’m so proud that Reed in Partnership is delivering this amazing programme for the GLA, making such an incredible difference to the careers education and advice young people are receiving in schools.”
Enterprise Advisers support a school or college in your community so that students have access to the opportunities and experiences they need to make impactful decisions about their futures.
Reed in Partnership’s next Enterprise Adviser recruitment event is fast approaching. If you are interested in making a difference and inspiring young Londoners to fulfil their potential, please register your interest:
Date: 9 October 2019 Time: 6pm - 7:30pm Location: City Hall, The Queens Walk, London, SE1 2AA RSVP: Here
You can find out more about LEAN here.