Confused about your next step? - Free weekly careers advice and guidance sessionsBrent • London • Shot started • One-to-one Learn
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Whether you're looking for careers advice and guidance, support putting together a CV, or improving your interview skills, we're here to help. Brent Connexions provide drop in sessions to support Brent residents aged 16-19 (and in some cases up to 24)...
Two easy ways to get involved and start finding the type of support you need are...
...Job search and applications - Finding the right job and apprenticeship vacancies can be difficult
We can help you find opportunities to apply for in the career areas that you are interested in and support you with completing applications and writing CV's too. Support can be ongoing and is available to Brent residents aged 16-19 years old (and up to 24 for those with a learning difficulty or physical disability).
...Face to face career guidance - Not sure what career pathway to choose? Need helping to plan your future?
Our team of qualified Careers Advisers provide advice and guidance sessions to help you explore career options, make decisions and plan your future. Sessions generally last up to 40 mins and are open to young people aged 16-19 years old Brent residents (and up to 24 some cases).
Sessions are available at the following locations in Brent. Just click below to sign up and register and Take Your Shot.
- Roundwood Youth Centre: Monday - Friday - 1pm - 5pm
- Brent Civic Centre: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday - 1pm - 5pm
- The Hub (Stonebridge): Wednesday - 1pm - 4pm
- Willesden Library: Wednesday - 1pm - 4pm
- Kilburn Library: Thursday - 1pm - 4pm
- Kingsbury Library: Friday - 1pm - 4pm
No bank details needed and it’s simple to join up. Just tell us a few things about yourself.
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