The Access Project is proud to partner with Warwick Inspire, who will be working with us to fight educational inequality and support more disadvantaged young people into top universities.
This partnership will mean students from The Access Project will get the opportunity to participate in Warwick Inspire’s university campus tours, workshops and their annual conference.
Warwick Inspire are a student society at the University of Warwick who run university campus tours and workshops to help secondary school pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to access higher education.
Jay Heer, External Relations Liaison Officer at Warwick Inspire, said: “We wanted to work with The Access Project because we really believe in their mission: to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds to get into top universities. We found that both of our organisations are striving for this shared aim and we love the hands-on approach that The Access Project takes. Through our partnership we hope to work together to further our aims, broadening our reach and increasing awareness of the amazing work both our respective organisations are doing!”