The Challenge, brought to you by RateMyApprenticeship and PwC, aims to increase your knowledge and understanding of career options post A-levels, develop your employability skills and give you valuable experience to add to your CV.
All you have to do is answer a series of employability based questions. Each month champions will be selected to attend the Final, who will compete in a variety of career enhancing activities.
The overall winner will win paid work experience at PwC and take home an iPad Mini, with two lucky runners up also winning paid work experience with PwC and plenty more on offer for other lucky winners!
The Challenge is open! You can register and begin Stage 1 in order to start your journey to making your mark and becoming super employable.
Note – although the competition is open to all year groups only year 12 and 13 student scan attend the finals.
National Employability Challenge 2018
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Jobs will be listed by both category/job type and location, so anyone anywhere in the country can see all vacancies, and can easily apply on-line, without the need for registration or fees.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is having an open afternoon on the 29th June to celebrate Women in Engineering and Technology and inspire more girls to pursue a STEM career. The event is aimed at female students aged 11-18 years old. See link below for more details:
BAE Systems Women in Engineering and Technology Open Day
A full day, during the summer holiday (Wednesday 26th July) at Imperial College London where doctors and medical students will spend the day teaching students all about careers in healthcare covering topics such as the UCAS personal statement, interview techniques, UKCAT preparation and work experience.
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TARGETcareers’ mission is to help young people aged 15 to 18 make choices about their future by providing expert information and advice on the range of career possibilities available. Whether they are considering going to university, joining a sponsored degree programme or degree apprenticeship with an employer, or taking another type of school leaver scheme such as a higher apprenticeship, TARGETcareers can help them take the next step in their education or career.
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