Category Archive for: Our News

Success for MyBigCareer midwifery mentee

Midwifery success at the Bridge Academy, Hackney for student mentored by MyBigCareer volunteers We are delighted to announce that, with mentoring help from MyBigCareer, the Bridge Academy in Hackney has received its first ever midwifery offer. The successful student had been offered an interview but required advice and support in handling the process. MyBigCareer supplied two midwifery…

Read More →

Nicolette Wykeman with Bolingbroke students

MyBigCareer visits Bolingbroke

Six MyBigCareer volunteers visited Bolingbroke Academy, Battersea, from 25th-28th April, to interview 120 Year 9 students on their KS4 options and career aspirations. Nicolette Wkyeman, Pamela Rider, Malcolm Jenkin, Sue Muswell, Ian Simpson and Bill Skinner, supported by trainees Tassa Dimitropoulos and Alexandra Ife, were welcomed by excellent organisation and a warm reception on the…

Read More →

MyBigCareer has moved!

We are pleased to announce our new registered address: 34 South Molton Street, London, W1K 5RG. You can also contact us on 020 7409 5162.

Results day service: calling all undergraduates!

Since 2014, MyBigCareer has been providing A Level results day support to Hackney schools, facilitated by the Hackney Learning Trust. In previous years, many students had simply been handed their results and left to navigate UCAS and Clearing with no support from teachers or parents. In schools where only a minority of students were applying…

Read More →

MyBigCareer advises Chesterfield students

MyBigCareer’s relationship with Parkside Community School, Chesterfield, began in 2014 when the charity’s founder Deborah Streatfield spoke at a forum at the school. This led to Headteacher Mrs. Kam Grewal-Joy inviting MyBigCareer back to run one-to-one interviews and mentoring with the students. We were delighted to be invited back again in March 2016 to carry…

Read More →

MyBigCareer supports ‘Great With Disability’

MyBigCareer is proud to endorse the fantastic work of Great With Disability, experts in disability and graduate recruitment. is a really useful website for students with disabilities or long-term physical and mental health conditions. It provides you with all the information you need as you apply for jobs and prepare for interviews as well…

Read More →

CALRE Access to Medicine Day

Access to Medicine a Huge Success

Sixty aspiring medics attended our Access to Medicine event on November 30, and the feedback we have received from students and presenters has been resoundingly positive! The students were all from Year 12, and from schools supported by the Charity. The event was held in conjunction with the Royal College of Surgeons of England, who…

Read More →

The Clothes Show

Careers advice available at ‘The Clothes Show’

Deborah Streatfield will appear on the seminar panel for the Tuesday 2pm –  Planning your Career session, speaking on behalf of My Big Career. ‘The Clothes Show’  takes place at the NEC, Birmingham between 4th-8th December 2015. The show seeks to cater for aspiring student to recent graduate and boasts a huge amount of education…

Read More →

Hospital charges £500 for work experience

Deborah Streatfield of MyBigCareer has criticised the selling of hospital work experience placements for £500. She says it is “completely unfair” that pupils interested in studying medicine were being asked to pay for work experience to help their university applications. Read the full article on the BBC website.

Daily Mail features My Big Career

Deborah’s call to ‘level the playing field’ has been picked up by the Daily Mail in this article. You can read the full article here on PressReader.

Back to Top