We believe in understanding students and partnering with employers, universities, schools and other technology providers.
It's about students finding the right role and employers finding the most suitable candidates. But it's more than that – it’s about helping young people discover options, develop and build confidence.
We are student first. We champion all young people at the start of their career journey. We work to be trusted by those that support and hire them including universities, colleges, and employers.
We celebrate excellence within our teams, students, clients, and partners.
We aim high, are action oriented and push ourselves.
We listen, we’re interested and we’re humble. We support and respect each other.
We’re innovative, brave and think of new things while delivering well today.
GTI has been awarded Silver by EcoVadis who rate organisations based on their sustainability. This means we are in the top 25% of organisations that EcoVadis rate globally.
We’re carbon neutral under Scope 1 and Scope 2 of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG) Corporate Standard.
We’re a digital business helping give advice and creating connections online. We minimise things like unnecessary travel, plastic, printing and have offset by planting trees.
We track our annual carbon emissions and are committed to reducing our emissions further.
We were involved in the set up of the SRA and support it actively through student research.
SRA was formed in our industry in August 2020 to recognise and support employers, universities, and student organisations, who are committed to reducing their collective carbon footprint and embedding sustainability at the heart of our practices. To find out more click here.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by the United Nations as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. We actively support 6 of these goals in what we do, and how we do it.
‘All About You’ mental health event for students, Cibyl research into student mental Health, supporting counselling and student services in universities.
We create and maintain over 2,000 articles, videos and e-learning pathways.
50% of our team and users identify as female.
>30k SME roles per year as well as large employers. Supporting varied, quality work and economic growth.
>30 F2F and virtual events and awards celebrating diverse student groups and supporting social mobility.
Virtual hiring events and connections supporting >1.8m students and 25,000 employers in 12 months.
Our mission is to help students realise their potential. We support all students in this and have been developing approaches to support and celebrate different student groups since we launched in 1998, well before the term DEI was popularised.
Helping top banks reach out to the best and brightest female undergraduates.
Supporting black heritage and minority ethnicity students into law careers.
Young Activist of the Year, LGBTQ+, First Generation to University, Female CFO.
Event for females to find careers in tech.
Event for females to find careers in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Event for females to find careers in investment banking.
Event exclusively for females studying engineering.
Supporting students from the LGBT+ community.
Supporting Black Heritage student into law careers.
Social mobilty event designed exclusively for students who don’t have those ready made contacts.
Multiple awards celebrating student success including diversity and equality.
Student mental wellbeing event.
We work hard to support students, educators and employers but know that we can’t do everything. We partner with other specialist, student-focused organisations in support of our mutual aims.
A student mental health charity that works with students, service users, professionals and academics to develop new and innovative ways to improve the mental health of students.
MyPlus provides progressive employers and students with disabilities with the confidence, insight and support they need to realise new possibilities.
The 1 Hour Project helps support students through matching them with industry experts, with a particular focus on under represented groups.