How we help
Education                                   Business                              Young People


Do you want to make a difference to young people? By supporting EBP South programmes you are making an investment in the workforce of tomorrow...


EBP South is a Matrix accredited organisation with a team of dedicated careers advisors working across South Hampshire….


Enterprise education helps young people to develop  essential skills, explore their creativity and demonstrates that not everyone need follow the same path


Enterprise challenges, workplace visits and business led mentoring are just some of the opportunities we offer to inspire young people about their futures...


Preparation for the world of work is essential to success. EBP South offer Mock Interview Days, CV Writing Workshops, Assessment Days and more...


EBP South offer a range of Work Experience options from a one to two week block to supported, extended placements for pre and post 16...

  • ‘Involvement with the EBP has allowed us to link in further with schools and ensure that the Ashcroft Arts Centre is seen very much as a major player in the area.  It has also allowed us to have a clear understanding of the education world. In my experience, EBP have been very easy to work with.  The staff are enthusiastic, knowledgeable and open to new suggestions’.
    - Annabel Cook – Ashcroft Arts Centre
  • ‘My local Education Business Partnership does fantastic work linking businesses with schools’ 
    - Caroline Dineage – Gosport MP
  • ‘I believe I have made a small impact in supporting students develop into future business talent. Supporting the EBP has also given an opportunity to promote our business and raise our profile’.
    - Justine Wilkinson, Randstad CPE Ltd
  • ‘Talking to different people has helped me understand what qualifications I need to get a career in hospitality. I enjoyed discussing apprenticeships and college courses as it gave me more insight into my future’. 
    - Y10 Student
  • ‘It was epic, a really fun way of learning’
    - Y9 Student, Admiral Lord Nelson School