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  • How to survive A Level Results Day

    It’s that time of the year again: hectic, hysterical frenzy of an emotional whirlwind - 17th August, A Level Results Day. We've asked guest blogger Annie Thompston to share her tips to ensure you make it through this dreaded date in your calendar.

    Your brain is...

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  • This month sees our regional career spotlight focusing on the town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.

    Spotlight on Aylesbury

    Our latest regional career spotlight focuses on the town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.

    Aylesbury is located just north of the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the agricultural area known as the Vale of Aylesbury. It is commutable...

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  • Volunteer your way out of unemployment

    Many people get a tremendous buzz out of volunteering. But did you know it can also improve your career prospects? National Careers Service adviser Shona Horan, who specialises in helping people back to work, demonstrates how volunteering can provide a valuable...

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  • Why I’m a volunteer mentor

    For this year's Volunteers Week (1st-7th June), guest contributor Tochi shares his experience of being a volunteer mentor. He volunteers at Brunel University through the National Mentoring Consortium scheme, a process whereby ethnic minority undergraduates are linked...

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  • Spotlight on Maidenhead

    This month sees the first of our regional career spotlights, focusing on towns within the Thames Valley region where our National Careers Advisers are working to support people into jobs and apprenticeships. In the spotlight this month is Maidenhead in Berkshire.

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  • 6 secrets to successful revision

    Revision. The word alone can send a chill through the keenest of students. But if you've kept good notes throughout your course and completed all your assignments, you've done well in preparing yourself. Revision is, if you like, the final hurdle before the...

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  • Work Fit – the healthy way to get back into work

    Adviza’s award-winning fitness-based programme for lone parents has been running in Reading since 2013. This autumn Work Fit has been rolled out to more areas including Bracknell where the first course ran this October.  Here, one of the recent participants...

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  • Making a difference: Lucky Break mentoring

    Our Lucky Break volunteer mentors support young people with a whole range of issues. They offer a young person someone to talk to who is not judging them, but listening and allowing them to speak freely. But often just as valuable are the small things - help with...

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  • The benefits of work experience

    If you're not sure whether to bother doing work experience (especially if you've got to give up a week of your holiday to do it) then think again! Work experience is your opportunity to find out about the world of work from the inside. Here we list the benefits and...

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  • Why I choose eCLIPS for my students

    In a recent report, the sub-committee for Education, Skills and the Economy raised concerns about the number of careers information websites available, the difficulty in navigating them and how young people and their parents could know which sites to trust. Here...

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