Following early roles managing small charity operations, Tom has held very broad ranging roles in Reed, developing particular expertise in working with employers and education. Tom’s appointment will be effective from 7th September 2020.
The Summer Institute was created in 2018 by the Tech Allies Network to give students an insight into multiple industries, enabling them to make more informed decisions about their future careers. Find out more about this year’s programme which took place online.
“I would recommend going on a placement as it’s a great way to get some insight into the professional work environment and to also help you find your career path as it’s made me realise what I want to do in the future”.
“Anyone considering doing a year’s placement should definitely seize the opportunity,” says Tech Industry Gold student Stefan Dupey-Whyte, who is studying at Loughborough University and completed a placement at HSBC.
From innovation to research, Tech Industry Gold degree students were given a unique ‘behind the scenes’ tour of BT’s Headquarters.
Recruitment is underway for an inspiring new leader for the industry-backed organisation Tech Partnership Degrees. Many varied backgrounds could be valuable for this role, including industry, education and/or the not-for-profit/charity sector. Find out more.
Tech Partnership Degrees is to join forces with techUK as part of a strategy to accelerate the impact of employers acting collaboratively on UK digital skills. Tech Partnership Degrees will become a techUK company from 1st October 2020.
Applications are now open to all students to apply for the Tech Allies Network’s Summer Institute Programme. This year the programme will take place online and will run for a week. A great opportunity for students studying any discipline.
Tech Partnership Degrees hosts Tech Industry Gold Degree Apprenticeship Celebration event with the keynote address delivered by Gillian Keegan, MP.