The Access Project works closely with a wide range of corporate partners who share our commitment to educational equality and social mobility. By taking a flexible approach, we will work with your organisation to create a bespoke partnership which meets the needs of our students, your business and your employees.

Volunteering opportunities

We will recruit and train employees from your organisation to become volunteers, providing one-to-one tuition or coaching to students on our programmes.

Students at The Access Project receiving lecture from staff at University College London

Run events for our students

We will work with your organisation to run enrichment events for our students to prepare them for the world of work, giving you direct access to our talent pipeline.

Fundraise for us

Your employees can get involved in challenge events and run internal staff fundraising events to raise awareness and vital funds for The Access Project.

“We have worked with The Access Project for over 10 years, which is a testament to the impact they make, their innovative approach and their ability to build effective partnerships. We’re proud to have supported and watched the charity grow.”

John Nevin, Partner at Slaughter & May and Chair of the Community and Pro Bono Committee

By ensuring that our shared goals are at the front and centre of our work, our partnerships support organisations to meet their individual objectives whilst making a tangible impact.

Our programmes are proven to make a difference. Students taking part in our programme are 50% more like to attend university. By partnering with us you will help us to expand our much needed work to new regions and locations which have been identified as social mobility cold spots.

Meeting our students and supporting them through volunteering brings the work of The Access Project to life. We provide all employees from our corporate partners with the chance to volunteer with our young people through activities such as volunteer tutoring, Q&A sessions and school visits. 90% of our volunteers feel they are making an impact on a student’s life.

We work with some of the most marginalised groups in England. More than 90% of our students come from the most under-resourced backgrounds, and a large majority of our students identify as Black, Asian, or from a minority ethnic group. Partnering with The Access Project gives you access to this talent pipeline, strengthening your future workforce.

Our current partners
  • Bain Capital
  • Bloomberg
  • Citadel
  • ICG
  • Inflexion
  • Global Infrastructure Partners
  • KPMG
  • Loomis Sayles
  • Next PLC
  • Northern Trust
  • Perella Weinberg
  • Seer 365
  • Slaughter and May
  • Theodo

“It was amazing that someone so senior at Rothschild took time out to help me with my Maths studies. I have gained an understand of the working world, and how, if I work hard, I too can be successful like my tutors.”

Rashid, former student at The Access Project, now studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford