Covid-19 Update: Due to the current pandemic, we will be adapting our activities to best suit the needs of both the schools and our volunteers to ensure we can continue supporting our community in these challenging times. 

These sessions will predominantly take place online through the use of applications such as Zoom. We will also look to create online and recorded content which can be accessed by the schools and pupils to use as part of their extra curricular activities. More information on restart dates for these activities will appear in due course. 

We are working with FutureHY  to continue delivering our Aspirations programme and will be delivering activities relating to ‘A Week in the Life Of’, Insight into Industry and Project Dare throughout the Autumn and Spring term for Secondary Schools. These activities will take place online and we aim to start delivery of interactive sessions with employers during the Spring term.

The Aspirations programme provides opportunities for employee-volunteers to inspire secondary school pupils about possible futures, thereby motivating them to aim higher and work harder in school.

Who is it for?

● Teams of employee-volunteers can volunteer on a one off basis or over a series of sessions

How does it work?

Employee-volunteers bring the world of work to life by challenging young people with real-world problem solving activities and empowering them to succeed.

Get involved

● For employee-volunteers who are interested in taking part, contact us on We will then discuss your ideas and begin scoping an inspiring activity with you.
● For schools who are interested in gaining support from employee-volunteers, contact us on

For more reasons to get involved, read this case study about when TSP Projects delivered Project Dare in March 2019.

Watch a video of Ronan talking about the Aspirations programme.

Read our Children and Young People’s Safeguarding Policy.

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