Here is a list of some useful resources we have found. Please get in touch with us if you know of any others. Email: email@example.com
Is an independent organisation that supports young people with the skills and careers support they need to progress. They have a great careers hub with lots of information, free courses and templates. Home – Youth Employment UK
Helps bridge the gap between the Invisible Talent Pool (people with chronic illnesses who wish to pursue volunteering or employment), and the UK skills crisis. Home (astriid.org)
Prospects also has a number of great resources and information. You can search for work experience and jobs, as well as information/tips on CV writing and applying to university. Prospects.ac.uk
NHS / Health care / Medical
If you’re specifically interested in maybe having a career in health care / NHS or as a doctor, you might find the following document useful. Click here to download.
A podcast series dedicated to matching under-represented girls with a STEM role model of their choice.
The podcasts will be shared throughout the UK in order to ensure that student interviewers and listeners can hear engaging and informative advice, from inspirational women with a variety of careers in STEM.
Nattering with the NHS
The Young Person’s Advisory Group North England (YPAGne) presents young people with the chance to participate in constructive projects, enabling them to gain a set of useful skills valued by universities and employers.
Episodes can be watched live or anytime on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsEN7whM0PwHnGh58pnu7rg
Fans of Nattering with the NHS can contact YPAGne via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on social media @YPAGne / @natteringwiththeNHS to provide feedback and ideas for the sessions, or to become a guest on the show.
BBC Radio 4 programme – Call You and Yours – “What has it been like being a student in the pandemic?”
The students who graduate in 2022 have had almost all of their university life affected by Coronavirus. Lots of teaching has moved online and there’s been far fewer social opportunies. Earning money has also been more difficult in the pandemic and there’s uncertainty about the jobs market when students come to leave later this year.
We want to hear your experiences, either as a student or a parent. What has it been like being a University student in the pandemic?
CV writing tips
Nuffield Research Placements
Nuffield Research Placements (NRPs) are engaging, real-life research or development projects, where talented year 12 (or equivalent) students are placed at the heart of a UK host organisation. They are a fantastic opportunity for students to apply skills and knowledge learned at school while providing a meaningful contribution to the work of researchers and industry professionals. Nuffield Research Placements | STEM