Business Development Manager for our charity, Elorm Haligah has been featured as an Inspirational Alumni on Connect Online – the University of Nottingham magazine. Read the full article below: The Power of Education “My experience at Nottingham changed my life.” Elorm’s success story was kick-started at a Nottingham summer school and enabled by … Read more
By Akil Hunte, Nottingham Trent University, Law Student Have fun – but not too much fun Before I started university, I had a vision of how I wanted it to go. Have fun. Get a First. This cannot be too much to ask. I mean, there are 24 hours in a day and if I … Read more
Our CEO Barbara Kasumu has been featured in an exclusive interview titled ‘Inspirational Woman’ by We Are The City. The interview touches on Barbara’s challenges, aspirations and daily responsibilities as a BAME business-woman and mother. Barbara also shares her view on the importance of networking and some top tips for successful networking sessions.
This summer we had our fantastic Kick Start programme at Deloitte’s head office in London. Here is a summary video of how the participants found it and what they learned during the 4 days.
Angela Muruli, BSc Biomedical Science Graduate To say that A-Levels was the worst period of my academic life would be an understatement. When I look back at my time at Sixth Form, it’s a time marred by missed classes, countless periods in the canteen and an overwhelming sense of complacency – generally not the best … Read more
Have you ever wanted to break away from the norm and delve into the unknown? Sarah Olubunmi from the University of Essex felt that she needed to take a year out of university to “find herself” and really made the most of her year out. Read more to find out what she got up to. … Read more
REFERENCES Race to the Top Elevation Networks Trust & The Bow Group Sector Factsheet Ethnic Minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Business in the Community Reviewing the requirement for high level STEM skills UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES The Business Case for Diversity Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (ENEI)
Change can sometimes be scary. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be positive… If you’re graduating this year, you’re probably already experiencing a rollercoaster ride of feels. On the one hand, you can’t wait to be done with essays, coursework and education altogether. But, on the other hand, you’re still not quite ready to give … Read more
We believe that it is important for all communities to be better informed about the choice they have to make and the potential impact of leaving or remaining within the European Union. It is our view that young people and Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities have not been sufficiently engaged with, and that there … Read more
“The 2016 Police and Crime Commissioner elections represented a significant reduction in the number of ethnic minority candidates standing for election. At the time of the first PCC elections in 2012, twenty (10.3%) candidates were from ethnic minority backgrounds; none of the 20 BAME candidates were elected in any of the 41 police force … Read more