Raising University Aspirations (RUA) is a unique event, facilitated by Making The Leap, where students from lower socio-economic backgrounds have the opportunity to interact with many of the leading universities in the UK with the aim of raising their aspirations and steering them towards higher education.
Making The Leap is hosting it’s fourth annual Social Mobility Careers Fair. The event is a chance for businesses to meet talented young Londoners and introduce them to the inner workings of their company.
The UK Social Mobility Awards, in association with Capita, are launching for the third year with a Social Mobility Business Seminar, sponsored by Milkround. The seminar will bring previous winners and sponsors together with organisations interested in entering the 2019 awards or developing social mobility initiatives and seeking best practice guidance.
On Thursday, 6th December all Making The Leap Fellows are invited to an exclusive Alumni Networking Event hosted by CMC Markets. You will have the opportunity to practice your networking skills and gain insights from members of the Fellows Board already working in your profession of choice.
Making The Leap is hosting it’s fourth annual Raising University Aspirations fair. This event will bring together top universities from across the UK with high-achieving students in London, from ages 13-18, providing an opportunity to gain exclusive insights and prepare for university life.
The UK Social Mobility Awards, now in their second year after a fantastic inaugural event, are a unique set of awards that have been specifically established to recognise and encourage action that will promote and increase social mobility within Britain’s companies...
Making The Leap is hosting it’s third annual Social Mobility Careers Fair. The event is a chance for businesses to meet talented young Londoners and introduce them to the inner workings of their company.
We are holding a gala to celebrate our the 25th anniversary of Making The Leap. We’ve come a long way from a small office in Harlesden, launched as a project to help disadvantaged, unemployed people in the Brent area back into employment. We now help over 8,000 young...