JIBS is committed to act as a responsible 'corporate citizen'. The JIBS Board of Directors recognises that the manner in which JIBS operates can positively or adversely impact society, the Jersey economy and the environment.
Jersey International Business School are a sponsor of the Inquiring Minds lecture series which is designed to enhance the students’ understanding of a range of issues and expose them to an education beyond the constraints of the curriculum and exam syllabus. The series is in its third year and has so far attracted diverse and experienced speakers who have delivered a range of enlightening sessions.
Last year, eminent investigative psychologist Professor David Canter and renowned archaeologist Dr Matt Pope were among our list of lecturers. We heard from Senator Sir Philip Bailhache on 'Jersey's Place in the World' and will be hosting concentration Holocaust survivor Arek Hersch MBE, as well as a variety of other academics at the forefront of their respective fields, in 2014.
For further details about the series or to attend a lecture, please email Helen Douglas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Centre Point Trust provides the invaluable day-care service many parents need to enable them to work without compromising on the upbringing of their children. All too frequently, youth crime and delinquency grows from a lack of family support; Centre Point Trust offers a fun, caring environment for learning and play that helps countless parents maintain the delicate balancing-act between their careers and their responsibilities to their families.
Jersey International Business School are a proud member and supporter of Jersey Employer's Network on Disability (JEND).
JEND work with a number of employers and in partnership with local support agencies, they enable an increasing number of disabled individuals to remain in work, return to work or gain employment.
Jersey International Business School has gained Kitemark accreditation for our involvement in and support of the Jersey Finance Schools Roadshow Programme. To gain the Kitemark, firms must be actively involved in a minimum of three School Roadshow initiatives each year, host a year 12 work experience student and support Careers Jersey.