4th, August 2017Read more
Working to inspire and empower the teesside of tomorrow.
Do you want to engage with the wider industrial community on Teesside to help raise aspirations and employment opportunities for our young people? Do you believe in investing in tomorrow, today? Let’s work together to make a difference.
If you’re interested in getting your business involved in High Tide, please contact our General Manager, Lauren Bywater, on 07834 176945 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, complete our Membership Application form below.
We need employers to provide work experience for young people – just one week can make a real difference. Whether you already provide placements or are new to work experience, we would like to hear from you.
If you’d like to be part of a programme of High Tide port visits, or host a visit of your own, we can help facilitate this.
We need enthusiastic people to go in to local schools and talk about their businesses and their work – we can set the talks up and provide you with support materials if you need them.
Why not consider running a fundraising event to help us? Every £ you raise will help us support more young people on Teesside. Visit our Donate page for more information.
Interested in becoming a member of the High Tide Foundation? As well as helping support young people on Teesside, by becoming a member your business can help shape our future work.
We need employers to offer places on their apprenticeship schemes to young people undertaking the pre-employment scheme: we can work with you to tailor the scheme to meet your needs.
If you would like to fund an existing programme, or work with us to develop something new, we would be delighted to work with you.
Getting our message across to other businesses and potential supporters is vital. Become a member and help us get our message across to other businesses.
Use our ‘Opportunities’ page to advertise your vacancies: whether it’s an apprenticeship or a trainee position, we can help you promote your opportunity to young people across Teesside.