The 7th - 11th March is NATIONAL CAREERS WEEK! Why not take some time this week to think about your future and start making some exciting plans. Start by having a look at the resources on the NCW website http://nationalcareersweek.com/careers-resources/ and as well as all the information available on this blog and our resource page. Have fun!
When you are choosing what to study in years 10 and 11 it is really important to think ahead to what you might like to do after school. If you are interested in university then it is worth reading this http://russellgroup.ac.uk/media/5320/informedchoices.pdf_ to make sure you are aware of how your subject choice now may affect your future options. However, never study a subject you don't enjoy because you think it looks good! The most important things to consider are whether you enjoy it, what you are good at and what might be useful for your future.
The next Brighton Jobs Fair takes place on 19th February, 2016 at the The Grand Hotel - 10am to 2pm
Come dressed to impress as employers will be there on the day recruiting, and don’t forget your CV!!
Find out more www.thejobfairs.co.uk/job-fairs
Check out the most recent jobs list www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/sites/brighton-hove.gov.uk/files/Childcare%20job%20vacancy%20list%2014%20January%202016.pdf
If you decided against sending in your university application for the UCAS deadline last week then you might be thinking about alternatives to uni for after year 13. Have a look at Nestle's Fast Track sponsored degree programme. The deadline is Feb 1st and you can find out more here: http://www.nestlecareers.co.uk/academy/content/school-leavers/.
Celebrate Global entrepreneurship week by developing your entrepreneurial and enterprise skills! Use the handout below to give you some ideas!
Download the following for a useful guide to help you make decisions about your next steps after year 11.
This blog is written and maintained by professional Careers Advisors at Elev8careers, in Sussex UK.