Enterprise Academy Future Secure Thanks To Local Law Firm
The Tigers Trust`s highly successful Enterprise Academycan look forward to a secure future after receiving sponsorshipfrom a leading local law firm.
Rollits recently entered into a three-year communitysponsorship agreement, providing vital financial support and muchmore for one of the Tigers Trust`s most celebrated educationalprogrammes.
The Enterprise Academy, which has Hull City CaretakerManager Nick Barmby as its Ambassador, was set up with the aim ofinspiring and challenging youngsters to think about business, usingHull City AFC as a real example that they can relate to andunderstand. The programme offers various courses that are promotedthrough local schools and that all have a recognised qualificationat the end of them.
Since the formation of the Enterprise Academy, hundreds oflocal youngsters have gained qualifications and now, thanks toRollits, many more can look forward to participating.
Steve Trynka, Senior Partner at the law firm and a keenfollower of the Tigers, is delighted that Rollits has teamed upwith the Tigers Trust and, more specifically, the EnterpriseAcademy.
"As a law firm, we wanted to get involved with Hull City butwe also wanted it to be something that involved the community aswell," said Steve.
"One of the Rollits slogans is `More Than A Law Firm` and weare heavily involved with many charities. We have somebody on theboard of the Children`s University and a number of our partners aregovernors at local schools.
"We felt that supporting the Tigers Trust and theirEnterprise Academy was a better fit for us than anything else.Sponsoring in this way also means that we can be really involved inwhat the Enterprise Academy does."
John Davies, Manager of the Tigers Trust, is delighted thatRollits have pledged their support to the EnterpriseAcademy.
"The sponsorship from Rollits was vitally important tosupport an already successful project in the shape of theEnterprise Academy and it has enabled us to extend the project fora further three years," said Davies.
"Having a highly respected local company on board is vitalfor the young people in terms of supporting their employabilityskills as well as helping to develop their CV writing, personal andinterview skills.
"The staff at Rollits have been very supportive andhands-on. They have been involved in a number of activities alreadyand last month, they travelled down to London with a team fromAndrew Marvell School to represent us in a competition run by thePremier League."
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