Employers: Venture matrix seeks projects for students

English student works on editing project with theatre producer

English student works on editing project with theatre producer

Now that this academic year is drawing to an end, it’s a great time to reflect and focus on developments for the forthcoming year ahead. The Venture Matrix team are hard at work, looking for clients who require assistance on projects, which they may not have the time and/or resources to undertake, for Sheffield Hallam students to work on.

Venture Matrix is a unique work-based learning scheme. It develops students’ employability and enterprise skills through real life work related projects that are accredited as part of their degree at Sheffield Hallam University.

Whether you are a university tutor, run an organisation or have colleagues or friends who may benefit from working with Sheffield Hallam University students, you can get involved in the Venture Matrix and benefit from the diversity of skills and knowledge available.

The scheme is open to organisations, businesses and schools within the local region. Opportunities are varied and wide ranging and could involve criminology, eco-tourism, humanities, information management, bioscience, nutrition, health and lifestyle, psychology and market research.

Through the Venture Matrix, the university, local organisations and our students can build and strengthen relationships with each other, enabling more effective collaboration in the future.

If you’d like to find out more information about Venture Matrix please visit:www.shu.ac.uk/venturematrix