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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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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.

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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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Clothes Show 2016

Get your dream job in fashion.

Interested in a career in fashion – but need advice on where to start? Deborah Streatfield will be running a Fashion Seminar at the Clothes Show Live 2016, to help you land your dream job. Join her on Tueday 6th December – for details visit www.clothesshow.com/seminars.

‘How my apprenticeship has transformed my career.’

Zoe Minns is a customer service apprentice with Gifts International. In this article, she tells us how taking on an apprenticeship has benefited her career and how she thinks similar opportunities can help others. I’ve been with Gifts International since September 2015. Before I joined the scheme, I worked in a number of customer service…

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London Councils Apprenticeship winners announced.

The winners of the London Councils Apprenticeship 2016 awards were announced at a ceremony at the Tallow Chandlers Hall on 16 September. Deborah Streatfield was honoured and proud to present two awards during the ceremony. Congratulations to all winners and nominees. See the winners here.

Deborah Streatfield to speak at Westminster Forum

We are delighted that MyBigCareer Founder & Director Deborah Streatfield has been invited to speak at the Westminster Forum on 1st December 2016. The forum, entitled ‘Apprenticeships, careers and London’s FE area reviews – priorities for skills policy in the Capital’, will focus on further education, skills development, careers guidance and apprenticeships in London, following the Mayoral…

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MyBigCareer volunteer speaks on apprenticeships

On 11th and 12th July 2016, MyBigCareer volunteer Zoë Dan visited two schools to talk about apprenticeships. Here, she recounts her experience. For more information search ‘apprenticeships’ or ‘traineeships’ on gov.uk.   “Social mobility charity MyBigCareer (MBC), supported by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA), asked me to go into two challenging schools, Rose Bridge Academy, Wigan, and…

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