Here are a some links to websites with useful resources.
The Prince's Trust believe that every young person should have the chance to embrace exciting opportunities. So, they help 11 to 30 year-olds to find the tools and confidence to try free courses and start careers. The website also contains information abut starting your own business.
Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.
Whether you’re deciding what to study, taking your exams, planning a career, or just curious, BBC Bitesize is here to explain the world of work, with advice from people who've found the right path for them.
icould.com uses the power of personal stories to inform young people’s career choices.
Free and simple to use, icould.com features over 1000 videos of people talking about their careers – explaining their job role, career path, and how different factors have shaped their direction.
Videos can be filtered by job type or subject and cover a range of sectors and levels, encouraging young people to draw links between school subjects and jobs, and discover opportunities they may not have known about before. Exploring these real-life stories also enables students to tap into perspectives outside their networks or take inspiration from situations that reflect their own experiences.
The LMI for All portal provides high quality, reliable labour market information (LMI) to inform careers decisions.
Explore your career routes, options and pathways. This guide will help you research and plan your next steps.
Sheffield Futures offer a range of services aimed at young people to help them with every aspect of their lives. They support them in schools and youth clubs and offer a helping hand when times are hard. They encourage young people to have their say on the matters that effect them, work to protect them from risk and encourage them to live a positive and productive life.
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
Social mobility in Britain has stagnated. The opportunities open to a child from a disadvantaged background today are strongly linked to how much their parents earn.
Since 1997 and under the leadership of our founder, Sir Peter Lampl, the Sutton Trust has worked to address this. We fight for social mobility from birth to the workplace so that every young person – no matter who their parents are, what school they go to, or where they live – has the chance to succeed in life.
National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to provide a focus for careers guidance activity at an important stage in the academic calendar to help support young people leaving education.
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