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Eden Scott Elected To Support Project SEARCH Aberdeen

21 Apr 2015

Project Search Aberdeen

There are currently 1,700 young people with additional needs currently seeking employment in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire area. Project SEARCH is a one year programme for young people aged between 16 and 25, who have a learning disability and/ or an autistic spectrum condition, to help prepare them for employment.

Now in its second year, the project is delivered in partnership with North East Scotland College, Inspire, Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council; supporting young people gain the skills and career experience they need to go on to have self-sustaining futures.

Eden Scott is the latest partner. Our Aberdeen based team will utilise their recruitment experience to coach interns during their initial job search, host interview training sessions and introduce them to their clients throughout the North-East.

Over the past 6 years Eden Scott has forged successful partnerships with many of Aberdeen’s leading employers across the oil and gas and professional services sectors. Eden Scott’s ultimate aim is to support the University of Aberdeen and Project SEARCH programme to prepare the interns for the world of work.

Lucy Nicoll, Divisional Manager at Eden Scott, commented: “It is a privilege to be elected as a partner to the Project SEARCH programme. The initiative has done a wonderful job transforming the lives of young people with additional needs and providing them with the skills to embark on their own careers. I look forward to working with the University of Aberdeen over the next 12 months on delivering the programme”.

Professor Neva Haites, Vice Principal of Development, Equality and Diversity at the University of Aberdeen said: “I am delighted that Eden Scott have embraced the Project SEARCH programme and are so willing to provide our interns with the benefit of their professional expertise.  The ongoing support and commitment from our local business community is central to the continuing success of our inspirational programme and I welcome the exciting opportunities which I am sure this partnership will bring”.


To find out how you can support Project SEARCH, please email Lucy Nicoll at

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