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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

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Careers events, schemes and programmes

​​Career and higher education fairs

The following events are free to attend and you do not need to book.

​University course presentations evening

Wednesday ​21 March

Talks start from ​5pm
​Highlands College

​Presentations giving information on courses, how to apply, funding and employment.

University course presentation evening

The Higher Education Fair​Thursday 22 March1.30pm to 6pm​Hotel de France

An opportunity to talk to universities (Jersey, UK and overseas) about the courses they offer and Skills Jersey about alternative options.

Higher Education Fair

​The Jersey Skills ShowSaturday 20 October​​10am to 2pm​Fort Regent

​The Jersey Skills Show brings skills to life and gives you the chance to learn about education, training and careers in an engaging and inspiring way.

Jersey Skills Show website

Insight days

Information days are free to attend and aimed at students in year 12 to 13 with any additional spaces allocated to adults not in education. 

Contact your school careers teacher or email Skills Jersey if you would like to register.

Entrepreneurial skill development

​Young Enterprise Company Programme ​September to May​Opportunity for year 12 students from all secondary schools and Highlands College to experience the reality of starting a business, under the guidance of mentors from local organisations.

For more information see Young Enterprise            
Young Enterprise Learn to Earn ProgrammeDiffers between schoolsLearn to Earn is a programme designed to help year 10 students understand the relationship between learning and the achievement of personal lifestyle goals.

For more information see Young Enterprise
Entrepreneurship weekNovemberSeries of workshops and events in secondary schools across the Island to encourage entrepreneurial skills.

Work shadowing scheme

The work shadowing scheme provide students aged 16 to 19 years old with the opportunity to observe industry-specific and director level skills and qualities.

Trident work experience

All Jersey secondary school students participate in the Trident work experience scheme during Year 10 or 11. It provides a unique opportunity to experience working life while still at school.

For more information see your school careers teacher.

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