Your people, your planet, and you.
An award-winning Social
Enterprise Recruitment Consultancy
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Graduate Planet CIC:
The Social Enterprise recruitment consultancy that reinvests 100% of profit into educating the next generation in how to protect the planet
We operate much like any good recruitment consultancy connecting purpose-driven professionals with value-driven organisations.
Operating within the energy, engineering, water and food industries we have over 25 years of experience.
Raising awareness of climate change solutions, we educate hundreds of children each year in energy, water, waste, biodiversity and food production solutions.
Protecting and improving natural environments in the local community through our clients supply chains.
Visit our School Sustainablity page to learn about the positive social and environmental impact we are creating.
Educating the next generation in environmental sustainability solutions.
Our recent projects
As part of the Stratford Schools Sustainability Programme, Graduate Planet work with schools to provide exciting educational trips.
The Energy Day events were hosted at the Leys solar farm which is part of at the Heart of England Community Energy Solar Farm, the largest community solar farm in the UK and it is situated just outside Stratford upon Avon.
Helping the Community
Each school can take up to 60 children to each of the 7 exciting trips to learn about forestry, biodiversity, energy, food, water, waste & sustainable cities. They visit a solar farm, a real MRF recycling centre, bell boating down the river with the Wildlife Trust to learn about water conservation, biodiversity and tree planting, they take part in cookery classes on a farm to learn about sustainable farming techniques and finally build a giant sustainable city out of Lego.
Situated at Stratford upon Avon train station, we are in the process of building a biodiversity educational space, planted by local children. It will provide advice, inspiration and encouragement to local residents and visitors on how they can support wildlife in their own gardens and communities.
Designed by teachers, schools have access to free environmental sustainability lesson plans, helping children to understand climate change issues, consolidating their learning from SSSP days and supporting teachers to deliver high quality sustainability lessons that also meet the needs of the curriculum.
The Great British Bug Hunt comprises of 3 pollinator plants and a 48 page beautifully illustrated book filled with games, puzzles, and information about how you can support the wildlife in your garde. It was give to 500 vulnerable people isolating alone during the first Covid19 lockdown to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation. It has had great feedback from people who received it, and has now been redesigned for children to learn about biodiversity.