As part of our Covid-19 response, we have launched e-Seminars, online panel discussions with student Q&As
We featured Neil Flanigan MBE earlier this year and caught up with him this week to coincide with Remembrance Day
Urban Synergy today announced that prominent business leaders will be forming a Corporate Advisory Board to support and guide our mission to build a diverse work-ready talent pipeline of Black Minority Ethnic and disadvantaged young people.
UK Black History Month (BHM), begins again on October 1st and even though we are living through extraordinary times, we cannot let BHM slip by unnoticed.
On Monday 10th August, Urban Synergy delivered an Exam Results Day webinar with a panel of experts to support young people and parents.
Sengova Kailondo is a solicitor in the Asset Finance team at Hogan Lovells International LLP and he has recently been recognised in The EMpower Ethnic Minority Future leaders Role Model List as an inspirational black role model
With support from corporate partners we have piloted a successful e-Mentoring model with a focus on year 11-13 students
Update on our 2.6 Challenge to save Urban Synergy
Neil Flanigan MBE is a WW2 veteran and Urban Synergy Role Model. #VEDay75
A big thank you to our inspirational role models who were at Eliot Bank Primary School talking with 56 children before half term.
As this week is Children’s Mental Health Week, we have caught up with one of our past mentees to understand his feelings and the importance of taking time to talk.
This autumn, another cohort of Christ The King students completed the RISE programme at Barclays in Canary Wharf.