EBP South are Leaders in Connecting Business and Education we work with 1000's of businesses, 100's of schools, FE, HE and Trainee and Apprenticeship Providers. Read more
Enter your students, school, organisation or business for the Amazing People Awards for the Academic Year of September 2018 - July 2019. Read more
EBP South connects over 3500+ businesses to schools through work experience, events, employer led days and career inspiration days. Read more
Mentor a young person you're matched to at your local school aged (14-16). Read more
Providing bespoke work related learning services for schools that inspire young people to have positive career aspirations.
Providing the link between your business and local schools enabling you to inspire young people.
Volunteer for a couple of hours at a one-off event, provide on going support for mentoring or become an EBP South Business Volunteer.
Pass on your experience, knowledge, your work experience by mentoring a young person.
Get involved and attend an event.
Cath Longhurst CEO of Basingstoke Consortium and EBP South won the Lifetime Achievement Award at The News Business Excellence Awards on Friday 1st February; for her incredible work in inspiring and preparing young people for the world of work over the last 18 years and continuing to do so. Read more
An analysis of the feedback showed that Careers Professionals believed the biggest issue facing young people is that there is too much information about careers; and young people are unable to navigate their way through it. Read more
Over 300 students from 24 schools in North Hampshire came together to discover current and future digital careers in the technology industry from the businesses themselves at TeenTech Hampshire. Read more
Get Inspired Southampton is a free interactive careers events for schools to bring young people to; helping them to discover future career opportunities. Read more
A 2 day event that gives primary students the opportunity to learn about careers in STEM with a 25-minute activity. Read more
Give 11 to 17 year-olds the opportunity to gain a real insight into STEM careers. Read more