We have now come to the end of our #mysummer social media campaign, so we thought we would look back at some of its highlights.
Over the last fortnight, we have been posting advice on how young people awaiting exam results can use the summer break to improve their employability, by learning skills and gaining experiences. Prospects careers advisers provided much of the content, which included cleaning up your social media; starting a free Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) and joining the National Citizen Service.
Prospects can help young people improve their employability, by learning new skills at South Cerney Outdoor Education Centre and researching different jobs on the National Careers Service website. In addition, Prospects supports young people across the country into education, employment or training, including through its Gloucestershire Youth Support Team and Prospects in the City.
Here is the complete list of new stories:
LinkedIn Guide to kick-starting your career
Free online learning with MOOCs
Clean up your social media footprints
Gaining work experience through volunteering
Note to my younger self – GCSEs achieved!
Join the National Citizen Service
Visit the National Careers Service website
Have fun and gain valuable skills at South Cerney Outdoor Education Centre
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