Shortlist.Me becomes AGCAS platinum sponsor
We’re pleased to announce that we are one of the first businesses — alongside Group GTI — to join AGCAS’ new supporter programme as …
We’re pleased to announce that we are one of the first businesses — alongside Group GTI — to join AGCAS’ new supporter programme as a platinum sponsor.
This is a new initiative for the 2020-2021 academic year, where we’ll help to address the issues faced within the sector and identify any areas that require research — as well as providing industry insight and helping to drive digital transformation.
We’re really looking forward to working together with AGCAS — the only membership body for higher and further education careers services professionals — and Group GTI, to take part in webinars and roundtables, as well as drive industry reports.
We will also look to put tech innovation in front of careers services across the country, at a time when employability skills are crucial in overcoming the challenges of a super competitive job market – caused by the post-pandemic recession.
David Dewey, our CEO and founder, said “We are proud to be joining the AGCAS higher education community as a platinum sponsor. Our recent growth within other higher education institutions has helped to establish our expert status in the market, and supporting industry body AGCAS is the perfect complement to our strategic efforts in strengthening the employability aspects of today’s students.”
Elaine Boyes, AGCAS’ executive director said “We appreciate the support both Group GTI and Shortlist.Me are demonstrating for AGCAS, our mission, and vision. We are looking forward to collaborating with them on activities to support our community next year.”
Find out more about the supporter programme here.