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Careers Guidance and Advice

At The Misbourne, we are keen to encourage our students to research the careers and opportunities that are available to them so that they can set themselves targets to strive towards.

There are many resources available that provide information, but we have signposted a few websites below that are a good place to start:

Careers information and tools for 11-19 year olds: 

Career Pilot

 

A free, online careers platform, designed to connect 11-18 year olds with their future career potential:

Start

 

Careers advice and information on a wide range of jobs, training course resources and funding:

National Careers Service

 

Thousands of career videos of people from hundreds of careers: I Could.com

 

National careers film library and The Skills Explorer:

Careers Box

 

Information about apprenticeships, vacancies and opportunities:

Apprenticeships.orgAmazing Apprenticeships

 

Help finding apprenticeships, college courses or work experience to start building your future: 

Not Going To Uni

 

Explore careers, gain work experience and find opportunities in Buckinghamshire:

Wannabe Bucks

 

Information about the job market for students, graduates and school leavers. Also includes websites for law careers, finance careers, apprenticeships and school leaver programmes:

All About Careers

 

For graduate jobs, postgraduate study, advice about work experience, internship opportunities and graduate careers:

Prospects

 

As well as being a jobs board, the Career Advice blog provides a range of student services such as CV advice, interview advice, information on apprenticeships:

Career Advice

 

Educational and careers resources:

Getting In

 

Whether you’re deciding what to study, taking your exams, planning a career, or just curious, BBC Bitesize is there to explain the world of work, with advice from people who've found the right path for them:

BBC Bitesize

 

One way to make your personal statement / CV stand out is to show that you have studied around your subjects, for instance by taking a free online course.  Choose from hundreds of free online courses from top universities and specialist organisations.  Browse by subject or start date, to find the right course for you:

Future Learn

 

To view a number of other helpful websites visit:

Advizer