Our community partnerships allow us to embed ourselves in the areas we work in, and collaboratively work towards a double benefit. Achieving positive outcomes for both students and community members.
Across our activities we work with a wide variety of partners from schools to supported living providers to libraries to grassroots charities. We are truly grateful for the expertise, perspectives and ideas shared through these partnerships.
Working in partnership
We see our partnerships as collaborative. They are an opportunity for both parties to bring expertise and work together on an impactful activity. We take a person centred approach to this work with regular meetings and opportunities for feedback, as well as an open door for sharing best practice.
In order to work collaboratively with our partners, and coproducing our offer to be tailored to your needs, we have a three step approach.
1. Facilitate an initial in person meeting to discuss shared needs, explore opportunities and get to know one another
2. Create a bespoke proposal outlining the needs identified, and possible approaches for making change
3. Deliver in collaboration with regular spaces for shared reflection and growth, with the goal of continued collaboration
If you’re interested in partnering with us or have an idea you’d like to share, either contact us nationally at email@example.com or reach out to your local team in Bristol, Cambridge or Southampton.
Training and consultancy
We work with a number of our community partners on a training and consultancy basis, sharing our expertise from the past 15 years on an adhoc basis. Our specialities include early career training for new starters in your organisation, and equity, diversity and inclusion focused on the youth social action space.
[The Unconscious Bias training] was really useful and jam-packed full with some brilliant information. This will have been a great step for us internally to improve our D&I processes and I’m sure from the questions asked, our whole team found it really useful as well.Give A Grad A Go after Unconscious Bias training
delivered by Student Hubs
If you’re interested in finding out more about our training offer, check out our training page.
There are a number of ways share our work with our network of students across the UK. Including different social media channels such as Instagram and Linkedin, and a newsletters specifically targeting students at different institutions and our alumni. From time to time we invite organisations to advertise through these channels.
If you’re looking to promote your opportunity to students and would like to find out more about our advertising offer please reach out to Fiona Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org.