We are excited to mark and celebrate our 3 year partnership with sector leading Intellectual Property firm HGF.
Our partnership has gone from strength to strength, and we are delighted to confirm that HGF are continuing to support young people on this year’s In2scienceUK Programme. Their support will enable young people to access expert-led skills workshops, mentoring support and industry placements, equipping them with the necessary skills and networks for a successful future.
HGF partnership with In2scienceUK will have directly supported 15 young people from low income and disadvantaged backgrounds across our programme. With salaries in STEM being 20% higher than other sectors, this helps young people progress to better-paid jobs and economic stability.
Luke McKelvey, Development Manager at In2scienceUK commented:
“We would like to thank HGF for their generous support. Working in partnership we can truly make a difference to the lives of young people and help address the inequalities in STEM.”
HGF are passionate about innovation and creativity and the role they play in the growth of their clients’ businesses. HGF brings together 195 patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, design attorneys, IP solicitors and attorneys-at-law across 22 offices in seven European countries, providing a dynamic and complete IP solution.
Vanessa Stainthorpe, HGF Partner & Patent Attorney commented:
“HGF understands how important it is to give young people an opportunity to leverage their skills, creativity and passion for STEM. By partnering with In2ScienceUK, we are supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to become the innovators and pioneers of the future.”
As a charity, In2scienceUK can only continue to expand and reach more young people from low-income and disadvantaged backgrounds, through our partnerships and support from universities and research Institutions. If you would like to find out how your organisation can support In2scienceUK, please find further information on our website.