Rhyll Dorrington asked 1 year ago

I am CEO of a not-for-profit organisation which awards scholarships to talented and motivated financially disadvantaged young people so they can complete their education and fulfil their potential. I am now looking at the possibility of starting a recruitment arm of our organisation as a social enterprise where we match our talented and motivated university graduates into meaningful jobs with our corporate partners and charge the corporates a fee for the placement. Our talented and motivated young people leave university with qualifications but no networks and job connections and they have to compete with young people from wealthy families and private schools to access top jobs related to their field of study.

I can find plenty of social enterprises who are securing employment for ‘at risk’ kids who don’t finish their education, or only finish high school and unemployable young people who are at risk of ending up in detention, but I can’t find any organisations like the one I am proposing above.