Matthew and Zara, our founders, are always happy to give interviews and talk about the impact and benefits of MyPocketSkill. We also have a great team of Student Ambassadors, who would be happy to talk about their experiences and how this technology has helped them.
Radio Verulam Interview 2021
Nabrissa Badu, a 17 year old from St. Alban's, shares her experience using MyPocketSkill as a Sixth Former. Nabrissa chats about the real world skills she's developed on the platform, the impact fo COVID-19 on young people, and much more.
Tune in here.
Raise The Bar Podcast 2021
MyPocketSkill co-founder Zara Ransley joined Frankie Cotton on the Raise The Bar podcast to discuss the importance of learning-by-doing when it comes to financial education, and how MyPocketSkill is helping bridge the gap between work experience and earning money for young people. You can check it out here.
Children and Young People Now Blog 2021
MyPocketSkill co-founder Zara Ransley shares some top tips to support young people earning about money for the Children and Young People Now publication. Have a read here.
Bath and Wiltshire Parent Magazine 2020
In November 2020, we were featured in the Bath and Wiltshire Parent magazine discussing the importance of learning about money, and skills sharing.
BBC Three Counties Radio Interview 2020
Listen to our co-founder Matthew Harker discuss the importance of part-time jobs for young people on BBC Three Counties here.
Silicon south coast: the UK’s growing coastal tech hubs
We featured in an article about the rising number of tech companies in the South East. You can read it here.
UCL Educate wrote a piece on Zara Ransley, co-founder and COO of MyPocketSkill. Take a look here.
Challenge to ‘find a teenager for a task’
The Argus wrote about MyPocketSkill in the early days here.
Linking up teens with tasks to boost entrepreneurial skills
Read co-founder Matthew Harker's insights in the Brighton and Hove Independent on the unrecognised talent of young people.
From paper rounds to global empires: empowering the next generation of entrepreneurs
In this guest Octopus blog, co-founder Zara offers her unique perspective on whether entrepreneurs are born or bred.