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Useful Careers Links

Here you will find links to a variety of resources that can help you make decisions about where your Next Steps might take you!

Careers Advice


How to become

How to become gives you the opportunity to look into different career paths, showing what is involved, salary, and how to get started!


iCould uses the power of personal stories to inform and inspire young people’s career choices.

Find the links between school subjects and jobs, investigate opportunities you may not have known about before, and learn what is possible in the world of work.

Take their personality quiz and find out what careers may suit you?



Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.



Jooble gathers vacancies from all around the web and shares them in one place.

There are a lot of part-time jobs or jobs with no experience needed, so it is a great source for students to look for their first jobs or simply explore what is on offer.


Learn Live

Learn Live partners with well known companies to offer advice on writing CVs, interview tips, and opportunities. Take advantage of their Live Chat feature to get your questions answered!


BBC Bitesize Careers

BBC Bitesize Careers explain the world of work with advice from people who have found the right path for them.

Find tips and advice on CVs, interviews, as well as explore the types of jobs available, what subjects can lead to what jobs and much more.


Telegraph Careers Advice

Advice on careers, help improving CV for better job opportunities, the Telegraph can provide guidance during your job search, with expert help and the latest job and career news in the market.


National Careers Service

Explore careers, learn more about your skills, find courses or find help getting a job!

Search by career to find out what you need to get in to that profession.

LMI Humber 

Local data regarding jobs and skills.

Employment and Labour Market

Data on jobs in your local area and beyond.


Careers and Enterprise Company

Uncertainty caused by COVID19 will undoubtedly cause anxiety amongst many young people in the job market. Chris Jones, Managing Director of Think Specialist Recruitment discusses what young people might expect and how graduates and school leavers can make their mark with employers.

Post 18 – University and Job Applications


Not Going to Uni

Don’t fancy university? Take a look at lots of other options available to you!



Take a look at your options regarding university and other courses.


Find your perfect job, check out university courses and more.

Apply for jobs.

Humber Outreach Programme at Hull College Group are offering to support you impartially:

  • with information that may help with decision making and future progression– 

  • to raise aspirations and appreciate your potential

  • signpost you to other sources of support and information (where appropriate)


The types of support you may want to consider:

  • courses and progression routes

  • industry insights

  • preparation for change, such as transition into FE


For more information, challenges and more, keep checking back on the new Humber Outreach Programme page.

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