In the Know – Work experience and CV-building resources!
To get into the university or career that they want, young people need to have a CV that displays well-rounded experience, resilience and the ability to balance different activities. Together with extracurricular activities, work experience is needed to build a CV like this. It is also important for young people to start joining work experience programmes early on and not wait until they turn 16. Here are three activities to help young people find work experience and build their CV.
Project Accelerate, Saturday 16th June 2018
GT Scholars is hosting an event to help young people (ages 14-18) build their CV and find work experience. Your child will learn first hand from experienced professionals that have worked in top corporations and have been on both sides of the talent selection process. Each workshop taking place on the day aims to give your child a huge amount of resources and tips to help them continue to develop their CV and find the best work experience opportunities and internships to give them a head start in their career. The event is taking place from 10am to 4pm at Goldsmiths University. Book your place here.
Prospects is an organisation that helps guide students to a bright future with insightful information, advice and opportunities. As well as being able to search for work experience, apprenticeships, graduate jobs, internships and postgraduate courses, they provide careers advice written by specialist professional advisers, as well as a range of tailored tools such as their career planner, which matches your skills and interests with job profiles to suit you. Find out more here.
VisualCV helps you to create a CV that is designed to stand out and always make the right first impression. You get to choose from a variety of industry-approved templates that includes all the necessary information, create multiple profile versions for different applications, and you can track the results to let you know when your resume is viewed or downloaded. You can even edit your CV on your mobile device. Find out more here.
GT Scholars offers after-school programmes that focus on social mobility, growth mindset and helping young people to achieve their aspirations. Our programmes include tutoring, mentoring and enrichment sessions for young people aged 11-16. If you would like to know more, please contact us here.
To access our list of top 40 FREE learning resources for young people aged 11-18, visit: www.gtscholars.org/kids-learning-hour
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