In the UK, family income is the strongest predictor of how well a young person will do at school and the future opportunities they will have. Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds miss out on the guidance, networks and opportunities readily afforded to their more privileged peers. This drives much of the inequality entrenched in our educational system.
Future Frontiers exists to change this.
We are an award-winning education charity with an innovative approach to tackling educational inequality in the UK. By partnering with schools and forward-thinking businesses, we provide young people with an intensive programme of face-to-face career coaching and opportunities to engage with relevant sector role models in the lead up to major crossroads in their education aged 16 and 18.
We work in pursuit of life-changing impact for the young people we serve.
Disadvantaged young people supported in 2020-21
Value of Coutts charity partnership we secured for 2021-23
Business partners this year
Business income target next year
We are registered under the Cycle-to-Work scheme, so you can buy a bike and accessories tax-free.
Regular team socials.
25 days’ holiday a year plus bank holidays, and we expect you to use them all!
If you want to take more time off than your holiday we're happy to accommodate that.
Annual team retreats. A time to get to know each other away from the office.
We have core hours from 10am-4pm and you can build your flexibility around that, including working from home some of the time.
Pensions, with a 3% employer contribution, increasing with length of service.
Generous parental pay after being with us for 2 years; and additional childcare leave for parents.
Finish your working day 2 hours earlier on a Friday, every Friday. Nice one.