Raise your students’ career confidence
Today’s school leavers face a plethora of choices. Not every school has the resources to help each student find the way to their dream career.
Uptree offers the free careers programme your students need. We can help them meet leading employers, feel inspired about their career paths, find apprenticeships and get started on the road to professional success.
Our school partnerships focus primarily on students aged 16-19 to support them as they face these choices, while our educational resources are also beneficial for our growing alumni network and under-16 educators.
We’re funded by our industry partners, with the aim to support young people from diverse or low income backgrounds across the UK.
We understand how stretched today’s schools are. Let us do the heavy lifting. We work flexibly and our content is designed around teachers’ needs.
Your students will discover fresh opportunities and learn more about the many exciting career pathways open to them. The sky's the limit.
I’ve had really brilliant feedback from my students about all the events. I actually noticed it was one of our alumni talking about his experience as a Deloitte apprentice at one of the events, which was brilliant!Careers Advisor, Morpeth School
[Our son] had seen a world that he hadn’t experienced before, his eyes had been opened and it was all thanks to you at Uptree. You’ve inspired our son by giving him hope and direction.Parents, Tim and Natalie
Our students now have a better idea of what paths they want to take in the future. They got an insight into different jobs that they had never even heard of before.Anne Sparkes, Assistant Principal, Sacred Heart Catholic School
We were founded by teachers, who saw an opportunity to help talented young people connect to professional networks and career pathways while still at school. Like you, we’re passionate about supporting your students to succeed in the world of work. Let’s help them reach those aspirational opportunities and make the most of their potential.