As well as seeking support from individual mentors, MCR relies on Pioneering Partners – Organisations, large and small, throughout the city have pledged their support. The University of Strathclyde is an incredible example of a Glasgow business that has gone above and beyond.
We recently caught up with Professor David Hillier, dean of the University’s Business School. The School has committed to 20% of its staff mentoring a disadvantaged young person in Glasgow. To help our city’s young people meet their goals.
Professor Hillier talks about the incredible impact of mentoring on staff. He outlines why this partnership is not just about Strathclyde doing what it can for society, but what Strathclyde can also get from supporting MCR Pathways.