The Early Careers Group focuses on social mobility and launches a
LONDON, ENGLAND – (Newsfile Corp. – November 30, 2022) – The Early Careers Group, which includes The Early Careers Company (ECC) and The Early Careers Foundation (ECF), is focused on combining charity and trade to create a system of social mobility and early career shifts in the UK, EU, US and around the world. The Early Careers Group is now launching a new line of collaborative services: Social Mobility Audits.
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The Early Careers Foundation is a registered social mobility charity. Funded entirely by the ECC, it runs a variety of grassroots initiatives to help young people from low-income backgrounds gain the tools, exposure, knowledge and skills needed to enter the business world.
The company for young careers is a private company focused on social mobility, DEI and early careers, helping companies to become socially inclusive employers, developing world-class opportunities for young people and running global recruitment campaigns.
The Early Careers Group believes that commerce and charity can coexist, aiming to solve the challenges of social mobility and early talent from both a social and commercial perspective. Early careers are a tool for creating a fairer society with a fairer distribution of opportunities. Landing a great first job for a low-income young adult can be a life-changing event, and given ECG’s close association with early careers, it can be used to transform social mobility and equal opportunity.
In the last two years ECC and ECF have grown to 37 employees worldwide, opened offices in Mumbai and New York and are on track to achieve £3m sales in their second year – all without investment, borrowing or similar financing. In January 2021, the ECG founder launched the organizations with initial funding of £1,000. In addition to continuous…