Social Impact Pledge

Glasgow Clyde College

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Social Impact Pledge logo

Glasgow Clyde College pledges to:

Challenge ourselves to increase the positive impact we make on our local community and make better use of our assets – our buildings/grounds and our people.

In the next six months we will do at least three things that we don’t do at the moment to improve our social impact.                                                                                                        

Signed, Signature of Principal

David Newall, Management Board member, November 2016                                                                                                                                                        

1st Commitment

Glasgow Clyde College will commit to offering local community groups/organisations who are directly involved with Glasgow Clyde College Community Learning and Development team the opportunity to access GCC meeting facilities free of charge.                                                                                           

Geographical location of impact

  • Anniesland Campus, Cardonald Campus, Langside Campus

Contact details

2nd Commitment

Glasgow Clyde College will commit to supporting staff for a maximum of 7 hours per year to take part in volunteering/mentoring opportunities in the Colleges neighbouring thriving places communities as part of their Continuous Professional Development activities.                    

Geographical location of impact

  • Anniesland Campus, Cardonald Campus, Langside Campus

Contact details

3rd Commitment

Glasgow Clyde College will commit to offering local community groups/organisations and local schools access, free of charge, to public performances/exhibitions being held by Glasgow Clyde College students.

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Geographical location of impact

  • Anniesland Campus, Cardonald Campus, Langside Campus

Contact details

  • Assistant Principal, Business, Creative and Digital Industries, 0141 357 6069

Find information on Thriving Places at https://www.glasgowcpp.org.uk.