Trainee structural, civil and marine engineer opportunities as HOP. See www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/opportunity/trainee-civil-structural-and-marine-engineer-423235/5
From traineeships, to higher and degree apprenticeships, are you struggling to understand the range of apprenticeships on offer? Then get the low down at http://amazingapprenticeships.com/need-to-know/
Find out more about the amazing activities happening from 11th - 25th February here www.brightonscience.com.
Looking for a job or may be in the near future? Then get yourself along to this jobs fair to meet some employers who may just be your next boss. Find out more details here www.thejobfairs.co.uk/event-details.php?id=566.
Careers in Sport held a fantastic event at the University of Brighton on Thursday 22nd September for young people interested in sports careers. If you didn't make it here are some top tips for working in sports:
1. Connect with anyone and everyone in the field of your interest. Follow associations and individuals on twitter and sign up to newsletters. The more information you have the more opportunities will be available for you grasp.
2. Sports is a big field but careers are generally in four main areas: coaching and teaching, science, health and business (including marketing and journalism/broadcasting). Consider what you are most interested in as this will have an impact on what you study and where you focus your efforts.
3. Have a look at www.careers-in-sport.co.uk/ for inspiration and information about the industry, the careers and the jobs available.
interested in digital technology? then get involved with brighton digital festival on till end of september
Find out what is going on digitally in the city, try out new technologies and meet the movers and shakers of the digital world. You never know they might just be your future employer! See http://brightondigitalfestival.co.uk/events/
worried about your next steps after year 11? here's some ideas from Brighton's youth employability service
From eating breakfast (no not an energy drink!) to telling a friend what you have learnt...here are some great tips from The Guardian to help you focus and recall all that information at the right time! www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2016/apr/19/students-revise-exams-revision-science?CMP=ema-1693&CMP=_
Lots of people find the idea of networking difficult. Some thoughts you might have are 'but I hate talking to people I don't know!' or 'it's embarrassing asking for a job!' or 'what if I say the wrong thing?!' The good news is if you do networking right then these worries would not be a concern because networking is not about just asking for something! Read on and learn how to make networking work for you.
The 14th - 18th of March is National Apprenticeship Week and is a good time to consider whether an apprenticeship might be a good route for you. You will earn money, gain experience and a qualification and there are thousands to choose from at all different levels including up to degree and masters.
So what are you waiting for?!
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This blog is written and maintained by professional Careers Advisors at Elev8careers, in Sussex UK.