Crowberry Consulting Ltd – Enabling sustainable futures, has won the 2022 National Undergraduate Employability Awards in London recognising their internships placed with University of Liverpool since 2017.
Becky Toal MD said: “We are delighted to have our project with University of Liverpool recognised in this way. As a SME business we annually take on undergraduates and internships including PhD students to support them into the world of work, we offer quality projects and placements to enhance their skills and knowledge so that they are genuinely work ready upon graduating. Crowberry Consulting is a Lancashire Skills Pledge Member and Society for the Environment Employer Champion as well as an Apprenticeship Champion, we are committed to training our team and that includes internships and placements. We look forward to continuing to work with the University of Liverpool into the future and would like to thank the team including Paul Cullinan and the careers and employability programme that supports SME businesses.”
The National Undergraduate Employability Awards is an annual awards for employers and programmes with Universities for the whole of the UK. It recognises the dedication, commitment and hard work of individuals and projects that upskill and support undergraduates across the board.
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The winners of the 2022 National Undergraduate Employability Awards, organised by RateMyPlacement.co.uk, were announced on Friday 4th March at etc.venues, 155 Bishopsgate, London.
Four hundred of the industry’s finest came together to celebrate the outstanding achievements of employers, universities and students in undergraduate work experience.
Special Guest Speaker and Co-host of the Awards, Hannah Mills, OBE inspired the audience with her very successful Olympic journey, becoming the most successful female sailor in Olympic history. She also talked about being an International Olympic Committee (IOC) Sustainability Ambassador and how she launched the Big Plastic Pledge in 2019 – an athlete movement to change the way single use plastic is used in and beyond sport.