This post is part of the series we are doing for National Careers Week 2015. Career Geek is the official blog partner of National Careers Week 2015. Visit NCW site. See all posts for NCW2015 on Career Geek.
We are delighted to announce the launch of LifeSkills National Careers Week 2015, March 2nd, at Chelsea FC Foundation, Stamford Bridge.
Nick Boles MP, the Skills Minister, will be sharing his thoughts on the importance of quality careers interventions for young people.
Last year NCW reached over 1.5 million people across the UK with 1600+ secondary schools, 350+ FE Colleges and over 80 Universities taking part.
With hundreds of careers events and workshops taking place between the 2nd and the 5th March, make sure you support, champion and follow across social media and National Press to ensure more young people than ever get the benefit of quality free careers interventions during NCW2015.
The Founder of National Careers Week, Nick Newman, says
“Each year National Careers Week has grown and floursihed. It has only been able to do this with the support and goodwill of the careers community at large, for which we continue to be so grateful. Alongside this incredible source of careers goodwill comes the invaluable support of our main sponsors, LifeSkills. They have helped NCW become the force it is today with their financial support, their resources and their continuous drive to improve the lives of young people.
Let’s work together to make the biggest positive difference for greatest possible number of young people”
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