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Sponsorship opportunities for business

From sponsoring classrooms and equipment, to providing student bursaries or funding annual awards, there are many ways you can engage with the future leaders of your industry.

Businesses can develop their brand awareness and enhance their reputation through various sponsorship opportunities with Activate Learning.

Businesses can develop their brand awareness and enhance their reputation through various sponsorship opportunities with Activate Learning.

From sponsoring classrooms and equipment, to providing student bursaries or funding annual awards, there are many ways you can engage with the future leaders of your industry.

We have worked with some of the largest companies in the world, including Microsoft and Cisco Systems, to provide them with opportunities to engage with our students through sponsorship of learning spaces.

And by becoming one of our sponsors, you also tap into the pipeline of talent coming out of our colleges and benefit from the exposure your brand gets to our learners.

More and more businesses are looking for ways to advance their corporate social responsibility (CSR) agenda, and what better way is there to do this than through helping the next generation to get ahead?

Main product offerings include:

  • Generating access to new markets for your brand via sponsorship
  • Sponsoring the next generation of talent for your business
  • Opportunity to work with emerging talent in your sector
  • An exciting outlet for your businesses CSR agenda

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Laurie-Jane-Taylor-Oxford-City-Council.jpgLaurie-Jane Taylor is the City Centre Manager for Oxford City Council. She works with businesses and other stakeholders to sustain local economic growth and development.

The Council invited Activate Learning students to participate in an employer-led project to develop tourism plans, as well as identify solutions to real-world business problems.

Students working in teams of three were asked to design a new city centre visitor experience that met the needs of the local population, but which also had a focus on the millennial tourist demographic.

Laurie-Jane explains the reasons behind the sponsoring the prize: “On a personal level, I buy into your Learning Philosophy approach as I think that would have suited me in my education. Providing real-life opportunities is very important.”

“It’s great from our (the council’s) perspective as these are potential future employees. We get to share with students some aspects of the business world and give them an understanding of the local environment and the challenges around managing public spaces like the city centre.”

“It’s wonderful to see people in business engage with students, the future workforce.”