Careers day on Saturday March 18th 2017

Careers day on Saturday March 18th 2017

Apprenticeships or university? Which university? Which course? How do you choose the right career? How can I get access to scholarships?

Saturday 18th March is our annual free Careers Day for young people. This is the perfect opportunity for you to meet professionals from a range of careers and get impartial information on apprenticeships and university degrees.

We want young people to meet professionals from a range of careers; learn how to get into certain professions and find out how and where to get work experience.

We have a panel of professionals speaking on the day and you’ll have a chance to ask questions about some of the careers that you may be considering.

  • You’ll get impartial information about apprenticeships and university degrees.
  • Learn what it takes to get into a competitive career or university.
  • Find out about how to get into a career in finance, law, accounting, medicine, entrepreneurship and technology.
  • Meet some of scholars on the programme as well as the staff and volunteers that support the programme.

If you want to know how to land a top apprenticeship, how to get into a top university or how to get sponsored for your degree or future career – then you don’t want to miss this!

Recommended age: 11-18
Date and Time: Saturday 18th March, 12-4pm
Location: The School for Social Entrepreneurs, 139 Tooley St, Southwark, SE1 2HZ
Tickets: Tickets must be booked via Eventbrite. They are free, but parents and young people must book a ticket in advance so that we know you’re coming.

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The GT Scholars Programme is a not-for-profit social enterprise that tackles educational inequality and improves social mobility by helping young people aged 11-16 gain access to the most selective universities and the most competitive careers. Our tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programme is designed to give young people the support, skills and strategies they need to achieve their ambitions.
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