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Cambridge Judge Business School supports regional development trust in raising young people’s aspirations

Year 11 school pupils from Bury St Edmunds and HaverhillCambridge Judge Business School has welcomed ten Year 11 school pupils from Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill as part of an outreach visit organised by the Keystone Development Trust and the University’s Public Engagement Team.

The 15-year-old pupils, who come from ‘non-traditional’ backgrounds, were invited to visit the School as part of an initiative to raise aspirations.

Paul Tracey, Reader in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School, was on hand to give them a brief introduction to the School, its history and the courses it offers, as well as a tour of the iconic building.

He commented:

It’s great that social enterprise is such a significant part of what we do at Cambridge Judge Business School. Keystone Development Trust is doing very important work and I’m delighted that we were able to support its efforts to raise the aspirations of young people from many different backgrounds.”

Keystone Development Trust is the biggest development trust in the Eastern Region and delivers a diverse range of projects and services responsive to the needs of the local community. Chief Executive Neil Stott is an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School, where he studied for a Masters in Community Enterprise.