Enterprise Education Trust

Enterprise Education Trust

Charity information

Enterprise Education Trust

The Enterprise Education Trust was founded in 1977 to help bridge the gap between education and work.

Founded 1977

  • Mission statement

    This year we are celebrating our 35th Anniversary. The Enterprise Education Trust was set up in 1977 by 3i to inform, involve and inspire young people about business and enterprise. HRH The Duke of York is our Patron. Sir Paul Judge is our Chairman.

    We provide young people with the information and life skills necessary to realise their potential through business and enterprise. We help them develop key employability and social skills, financial literacy, and business awareness.

    We believe that the chance to learn about how business works should be available to all young people. Our programmes are designed to suit the needs and abilities of a wide range of young people, irrespective of their background or abilities.

    As such, we deliver our programmes in mainstream schools, schools for those with special educational needs, pupil referral units and young offenders’ institutions across the UK.

    In the past eight years alone, more than 300,000 young people have benefited from the Trust’s programmes. We have 35 years’ experience of working in schools and bringing dedicated, committed and passionate business people into the classroom to help us deliver enterprise and key skills learning.

  • Aims

    Enterprise Education Trust aims to:

    • help develop young people's employability skills, financial literacy and business awareness.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1977

    Registered Charity Number: 1004426

    Phone number: 0207 620 0735

    Address: Enterprise House 1-2 Hatfields London SE1 9PG

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