Find out more about our work and the projects we have designed and delivered with young people at The Future Melting Pot.
The Business for Birmingham Summer Sporting Dinner was held on 20th June, with a special guest appearance from Wasps Rugby legend Peter Scrivener! The event was a fantastic occasion, filled with many passionate and generous...[Read More]
On the 5th July, The Future Melting Pot, a community interest company working closely with the West Midlands Fire Service, launched its #HaltHeartache Crowdfunder at Hall Green Secondary School. This was the culmination of two...[Read More]
We were lucky to work with Aston MSc student Elena (Keyin) Chen. She designed and produced a Regression Analysis on Road Traffic Collisions in the Hodge Hill Constituency based off of data from the Police and Local...[Read More]
What do you study?
I’m studying MSc Business Economics & Finance in Aston University
Why did you choose The Future Melting Pot?
I became very impressed by the breadth of The Future Melting Pot’s service and expertise, which...[Read More]
This April, we were lucky to host two MSc from Aston University. During this time they produced two reports for The Future Melting pot regarding different projects we are undertaking.
The first of which was a...[Read More]
The Future Melting Pot celebrated valentine’s day in an unusual way. Instead of romance and love we settled down for an important meeting to discuss the second phase of the Road Traffic Collision research. The...[Read More]
On Tuesday 21st November, The Future Melting Pot (TFMP) attended a talk by the Mayor of West Midland Combined Authority Andy Street at St Pauls Club in Birmingham. In addition to being an invaluable networking opportunity this event...[Read More]
Road collisions affect more than just the victims
Our vision is to reduce road traffic collisions involving young people aged 16 – 24 in the West Midlands.
Our mission is to inspire 16-24 year olds to take...[Read More]
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As the year draws to an end we find that reflection is often a widespread feeling. Here at The Future Melting Pot we have been taking some time to look back over 2016, and we...[Read More]