Opportunities Doncaster LIVE is set to be the region’s largest careers fair, welcoming more than 3,000 students through its doors. We require a supplier for the transport of students from multiple locations to and from the event on Thursday 13 February 2020 at Doncaster Racecourse.
Deadline: 12pm, 19 December 2019.
A new pact between business and education which will provide learners with the skills they need to prosper and help to deliver economic growth for the region has officially been launched.
Representatives from local schools, colleges and employers attended the National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure on 2 December to learn more about the Doncaster Promise.
Opportunities Doncaster's Innovation Challenge is Doncaster’s inter-school enterprise competition and presents secondary school students in years 7-9 with a real-life business challenge set by some of the UK’s biggest brands. The challenge is a student-driven opportunity designed to develop young people’s creativity, problem solving and collaboration skills.
A student from Communication Specialist College Doncaster is getting an insight into the world of work thanks to a Supported Internship at the town’s Chamber of Commerce.
Robyn Cooper, aged 20 has been studying at Communication Specialist College Doncaster since September 2015 and with the help of her Social Worker and the team at the college she secured a work experience placement at Doncaster Chamber of Commerce through the summer.
Opportunities Doncaster is pleased to announce a new strategic collaboration with North Yorkshire Business and Education Partnership (NYBEP), a not-for-profit social enterprise that brings together schools, colleges, higher education, and employers to develop the workforce of the future and inspire young people to succeed.
Opportunities Doncaster is proud and excited to announce a new partnership with Steam School, an online learning platform that combines STEAM powered project based learning with weekly broadcasts. Steam School connects schools and students with inspirational role models from across the globe and helps to raise aspirations and awareness of young people.
The Royal Marines Commando Chef, Colour Sergeant Mike Beaton, showed SEND students in Doncaster the work of the Royal Marine’s Education Awareness Team (EAT) and the importance of healthy eating and nutrition through interactive cooking workshops on Tuesday 17 September.