With over 20 years’ experience connecting businesses and schools, EBP South provides established, high-quality programmes which inspire young people about future career options and help them on their journey to the world of work.
Working alongside forward-thinking businesses our proactive approach provides social mobility for young people, opportunities to challenge job role stereotypes and support for industries with emerging skills gaps, delivering a diverse, skilled workforce.
Starting in primary school, we offer a pipeline of opportunities to engage with tomorrow’s employees, and in such challenging times our partnership work as a single point of contact for businesses and schools has never been more important.
As a result of EBP South’s leadership, over the next five years more than 75,000 young people will connect to businesses, benefitting from ambitious, life-changing interactions that over an extended period, positively impact students’ attainment and attendance.
With over 20 years’ experience connecting businesses and schools, EBP South provides established, high-quality programmes, which inspire young people about future career options and help them on their journey to the world of work, to young people across Hampshire and the surrounding areas.
Sarah Kavanagh (Chair) – Business Transformation & HR Director at Southern Co-op
Ali Foss (Vice Chair) – Retired (Former Principal of Queen Mary’s College)
Barry Lamacraft – Retired
Chris Anders – Head Teacher at Park Community School
Clare MacDonald – Head of Supplier Performance, Relationships and Contract Management at NATS
Jane Aplin – Head Teacher at Cranbourne School
Lizz Clarke – Managing Director at LCM Marketing
Matthew Samuel – Camps Managing Partner at Vail Williams LLP
Peter Grant – Chief Executive at WSX Enterprise
Simon Bittlestone – Director, Value for Money at UK National Audit Office
Terry Buckel, Founder and Chairman, Astute Recruitment