MCR Partners

Supporting MCR to provide the best opportunities for our young people.

Helping Young People Together

Organisations large and small, and from diverse sectors, are supporting MCR Pathways to ensure that all young people, no matter their circumstances, get the same education outcomes, career opportunities and life chances as every other young person. 

Our partners encourage and support their staff to mentor and open their doors to provide work experience Tasters to our young people. There are many benefits to working with us – from increased staff engagement to supporting local communities.

Benefits of Partnering

Commercial Impact

Maximised staff engagement ✅

Kick started staff development ✅

Boosted staff mental health ✅

Social Impact

Mandates being fulfilled ✅

Local community engagement ✅

Chances to give back ✅

Economic Impact

Reduced cost & turnover ✅

Gained new insights ✅

Opportunities to recruit new talent ✅

What Our Partners Say

Research has shown that the best leaders are those leaders who can empathise with people. The best way that you can really learn to empathise with people is to work with others... in a very non-judgemental way.
David Hillier
Executive Dean of the Strathclyde Business School, University Of Strathclyde
Glasgow
"We were delighted to provide a batch of Laptops to MCR Pathways. MCR Pathways transforms the lives of young people improving their confidence & self-esteem, which has a positive impact on their attendance and attainment. Scottish Power employees have been supporting the charity by being a mentor for students across Glasgow."
Andy Sturgeon
Social Projects and Sector Education Consultant - Scottish Power
Glasgow
BITC Scotland is delighted to support MCR Pathway's arrival in Edinburgh. This is an excellent example of great collaboration between responsible business and the local community and we wish the project every success.
Stephen Pearson
Senior Adviser, CEO Office Virgin Money & BITC
Edinburgh

Our Organisation Partners

Featured: Edrington

Scott McCroskie is CEO of Edrington and has been a mentor since 2017.

He shares why he believes MCR mentoring is an ideal way for business professionals – at any stage in their career – to develop their skills.

Featured: Strathclyde Business School

David Hillier is the Executive Dean and Professor of Finance at the University of Strathclyde Business School.

He realised early on that mentoring not only makes a profound difference to young people, but would also help his staff. Find out why Strathclyde University partners wtih MCR Pathways.

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