Your Life is guided and supported by a group of leading companies and major UK employers, whose support is central to achieving the aims of the campaign.

  • ATKearney

    We are delighted to support Your Life in its mission. As a global consultancy our biggest areas of growth in terms of business and hiring are in analytics and big data. Maths GCSE alone just doesn’t cut it and we find that most of the applicants and most of the recruits in that area come from abroad. It will be fantastic when we’re able to rebalance and have a much broader proportion of home grown talent in both our UK business and our offices around the world.ers.

  • BAE Systems

    At BAE Systems we have a long and proud history of nurturing young talent. The 2,000 apprentices and graduates in training at BAE systems this year have an exciting future ahead of them. We believe passionately that we need to collectively work harder together to the bring the opportunities that doing maths and science for students to life so BAE Systems are a very proud supporter of Your Life and its inspiring and innovative use of new means to communicate with young people.

  • Carillion

    As an international construction and support services business, it’s amazing just how much technology is now used in all of our jobs, not just the building jobs but a broad spectrum of roles need people with a STEM background. With construction a growing sector, we need to recruit the people to help us deliver huge infrastructure projects, so being part of Your Life is our investment in the long-term future of our industry and the economy in general.

  • Johnson and Johnson

    For us, the largest diversified healthcare company in the world, Johnson & Johnson’s lifeblood is constant innovation – and in order to sustain that research and development we rely on the skills and capabilities of STEM students. But also from a societal perspective it’s important that we gave young people across the country great opportunities and that’s why we’re delighted to be a sponsor improving the career opportunities for young people in the UK.

  • Nestle

    As part of the largest manufacturing sector in the UK we are acutely aware of the need to improve productivity for our industry. We are committed to helping bridge the skills gap and continuously invest in our talent pipeline. More scientists and engineers are needed and we are proud to support the Your Life campaign to inspire and inform young people about the wealth of career opportunities available to them.

  • Shell

    Scientists and engineers have revolutionised our world. They’ve cured diseases, transformed communications and sent mankind into space. At Shell, they are essential to helping meet one of the biggest challenges facing all of us: how to meet the world’s energy needs whilst reducing carbon emissions. The UK needs more people with skills in science, technology, engineering and maths, so we are proud to support Your Life, promoting the fantastic opportunities that studying these subjects can lead to