Career advisor support sessions for students considering next steps

Career advisors from the Department of Education, Sport and Culture have organised additional opportunities for school leavers to discuss next steps during the summer holidays.

Career Advisors from the Department of Education, Sport and Culture have organised additional opportunities for school leavers to discuss next steps during the summer holidays.

Advisors will run drop in meetings over the next six weeks at Ramsey, Peel and Castletown Youth Centres, as well as University College Isle of Man and Café Laare.

With Year 11 and 13 results days next month, these drop in sessions are designed to help students who may still be considering their next steps after education, to learn more about the options available to them.

This summer's careers provision complements the support already provided by schools to Year 13 on the 15 August and Year 11 on the 22 August when picking up their A Level and GCSE results.

The drop in sessions form part of the Signposts project run by the department which aims to help students make decisions around options for their future learning or employment and are in addition to programmes that are run in schools throughout the year.

For more information visit: https://signposts.sch.im/

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