Targeting young people at key stages of their educational development, such as the risk of exclusion from school (AIMS Programme), the start of GCSE courses (Junior Fellowship Programme), the making of career choices during further education (Succeeding in STEM programme), critical stages of undergraduate study (Leadership Programme), and the transition from graduation to employment (Passport to Employment Programme).
Connecting participants with others of similar talent, ambition and motivation but of different ethnic, cultural or social origins. We encourage participants to express themselves, examine their history, and develop skills to help them navigate the challenges they will face at the next phase of their educational or professional careers.
We focus on their personal growth as citizens of contemporary UK society through programmes that encourage independent thinking and challenge participants to be fully conscious of their responsibilities as well as their rights.
Providing participants with programme leaders who can mentor and guide them. These leaders have achieved significant success, often in the face of institutional racism or other bias.
Partnering with leading employers, educators, parents and carers.