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MyBigCareer launch at Ashfield Boys High School, Belfast

MyBigCareer launches in Belfast

After planning for some time we launched in East Belfast with the support of DUP Gavin Robinson. Our wonderful coordinator Mark Devenney has already recruited volunteers to support our work and we launched in Ashfield Boys School. Many thanks to the school and everyone involved. Social mobility and inspiration for the young people of Belfast…

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BBC News interview on GCSE exam grades with Deborah Streatfield

Deborah Streatfield, CEO of MyBigCareer, was interviewed on BBC News regarding the new GCSE grading system. She believes that the new system has been rushed through by the universities leading to confusion as to what the grades relate to in terms of the old marking scheme.

MyBigCareer attending What Career Live?

On 4 March 2017 Deborah Streatfield attended What Career Live? alongside three wonderful career advisers (Philip Rogerson, Vincent Pizzoni and Louise Kinsella) representing MyBigCareer at NEC, Birmingham. What Career Live? helps 15 – 19 year olds decide what to do when they finish school whether they follow the apprenticeship or university route. It attracts students, teachers, careers advisors…

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MyBigCareer has moved!

We are pleased to announce our new registered address: Marshall House, 66 Newcomen Street, London, SE1 1YT. You can also contact us on 020 7406 1454.

Results Day Service – Calling all undergraduates!

Since 2014, MyBigCareer has been providing A Level results day support to schools in Hackney, East London. We found that in schools where only a minority of students were applying to university, many bright and capable young people were missing out on great university places simply because they did not receive any guidance in Clearing…

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Jamiatul Ummah School – Praise for MyBigCareer

In July 2015 and February 2017 MyBigCareer responded to a request for help with 1-2-1 careers guidance at Jamiatul Ummah, Muslim School for Boys in London’s Tower Hamlets. This is what they had to say on the services we provided: “Our students at Jamiatul Ummah are confident about their identity as Londoners and as Muslims.…

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advice on interview clothes

What to wear on your first big day at work

Not sure what to wear for that important interview? Worried about making the wrong impression on your first day at work? Here are some pointers provided by men’s and women’s outfitter T.M.Lewin that should keep you on the right side of the tasteful/tacky divide when it comes to officewear.

Don’t miss ‘What Career Live?’ and ‘What University Live?’ NEC, B’ham, 3 & 4 March

Not sure what to do when you finish school or college? Then make sure not to miss What Career Live? and What University Live? taking place at the NEC, Birmingham on 3 & 4 March. This essential event, organised in association with The National Apprenticeship Service, offers 15-19 year olds vital information about what to…

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UPP Foundation Awards MyBigCareer £14,000

The UPP Foundation, a charitable trust created by University Partnerships Programme (UPP) to help tackle the biggest issues facing the higher education sector across the UK, is to fund a £14k project that will see student volunteers supporting disadvantaged pupils on A-Level results day, and provide each student with a mentor to guide them through…

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MBC hosts Access to Medicine day with Royal College of Surgeons

On Monday 14th November 2016, MyBigCareer will be holding its second Access to Medicine day in conjunction with the Royal College of Surgeons, who are generously providing the venue, lunch and specialist equipment. The event will see volunteers ranging from top surgeons to medical students give up their time to inspire and inform Year 12 students from under-privileged…

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