What We Do
We’re here to empower and upskill those who want to positively change their circumstance(s). This ain’t easy, we know, but we try ‘small small’ (shout out Nigerians) and here’s how:
Our award-nominated podcast features young UK Black professionals, where we find out how they do what they do, so you can too.
We produce, facilitate or hosts skills and career-related workshops for underrepresented groups. All courses are AQA Level 3 accredited.
Can you help?
We’re always looking for ‘Brothers and Sisters’ to help teach underrepresented communities because we know that guidance is often better received from those with similar backgrounds.
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