Our Corporate Social Responsibility

At Beyond Theory we take our corporate social responsibility (CSR) very seriously. Being based in Northamptonshire we look to support local businesses and our community whenever we can. All our CSR activity has purpose, primarily aimed at supporting those who we feel will benefit from our skills and experience.

We believe that helping Northamptonshire and its surrounding area to flourish and grow is good for our community as well as good for business. We’ve outline below the initiatives that we are involved in - please contact us for more information if you’d like to know more or get involved:

Service Six
We are delighted to announce that Service Six is our Charity of the Year for 2019. Our support will run from January through to December 2019. Please click here for details.
We were very pleased to take part in and support Northampton Academy‘s ‘Maximise Your Potential‘ event by delivering employability skills training to help students prepare for their own work experience.
Further afield from Northamptonshire, Beyond Theory also supports Milton Keynes Executives Action (MKEA). This community interest group provides support for unemployed executives by giving advice and guidance on job seeking. Since 2013 we have spoken at MKEA events to share our knowledge and expertise and this will continue.
We provide interactive workshops at Caroline Chisholm School to enable students to explore the world of work . We pay particular attention to the work behaviours that employers expect from their employees as well as what goes to make a great CV. These workshops have featured as part of the school’s careers day event.
We provide insights into the world of work at Northampton High School to to help bridge the gap between business and education and inform career choices. These workshops are very hands on that create lots of energy and innovation, encouraging team work.
Quinton House School
As part of the Enterprise Adviser Network at SEMLEP we have been proud to careers talks of the future of work to students at Quinton House School.