Resources for Partners

GCAS collaborates in mutually beneficial partnerships, and we are lucky to have support from organisations such as the Young Person’s Guarantee; Skills Development Scotland; Department for Work and Pensions; Developing the Young Workforce; and the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (Scotland).

Our services are beneficial to groups, individuals, and organisations you may be working with and in return, we hope that you can promote GCAS to eligible audiences – for example, unemployed graduates, employer networks, and community groups.

You can find the information we share with graduates and employers on the relevant sections of the website, most of which is also covered in the downloadable resources below:

If you work with graduates: We’re interested in engaging recent graduates. If your audience is primarily current students, please do not actively promote our programme to them. Please also note that eligible graduates must apply to our Talent Pool before they can apply to internships.  

If you work with employers: We would like to have a conversation with any organisation you are working with if they have expressed an interest in hiring a graduate and would benefit from funding (any sector, any size). 

Briefing to Careers Services – December 2021
If you were unable to attend one of our briefings, you can view our 30-minute recorded version.
Watch the Briefing to Careers Services
*The end of internship deadline has been extended to 30th November 2022.

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How to engage with the team 

Thank you for promoting the GCAS programme to your networks. We really appreciate your support! 

If you are unsure at any stage, we are happy to have a conversation with you. Our team has a hybrid working model, so we recommend contacting us by email to arrange a call.  

GCAS@ed.ac.uk