Take some timeout to explore your options, below are very useful websites to explore
National Careers Service – All you need to know about careers.
Success at School - Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice
Prospects -Lots of information about career advice and job sectors
iCould -Careers quiz, as well as videos for inspiration and articles about different careers and industries
Mykindafuture - Use My Kinda Future to build your profile make CV’s, connect with a range of employers
Milkround - Resources to explore apprenticeships, traineeships and school leaver schemes
Start – Get personalised suggestions of careers suited to your personality, interests and skills.
Career Pilot - Use Career Pilot to research a wide array of different roles and sectors.
Careers Box TV - Exploring and listening to information about potential careers
National Careers Week - Events and activities at National Careers Week
Careers4u - Videos from professionals in a wide variety of careers and sectors
All About Careers - Take a careers test and explore different types of careers
Careers Gateway - Links to information about careers and higher education
A Level Choices -Some excellent advice around choosing A Level subjects, if you scroll to the bottom, you can input three A Level subjects and then it gives university degree and job matches.
BTECS -BTECS are an increasingly popular alternative to A-levels as a route to university – here’s what you need to know
A Level or BTECS -A-levels or BTECS- which is the best path for you? Read the comparison guide to help you decide on the next options you should purse
Subject Choices -Information and advice on the best subjects’ choices for university
Informed Choices -Information and advice on the best subjects’ choices for university
Student Room -Forum, advice, GCSE, A Level, University, jobs, finance, revision
UCAS -Search for post-16 courses and colleges
Apprenticeships – All you need to know about apprenticeships
Health Careers -Jobs and careers in health and medical sector
Social and Health Careers -Social and Health careers, videos and interactive website
Step into the NHS -Quiz that can be used for suggestions of careers you may be interested in within NHS.
Future Morph -Careers using Science and Maths
Creative Careers -Information about creative careers, including college courses, Open Events and apprenticeships
National Volunteer - Become a Volunteer
Life Skills -This is an excellent website that you can work though to build employability skills and win the chance to do work experience.
Not Going Uni - The Not Going to Uni team help you find apprenticeships, college courses or work experience to start building your future.
Glassdoor – Labour Market Information and all you need to know about a profession.
Total Professions - information, advice, articles, and links to other resources to inspire you to achieve your dream career. This site will help you understand the qualifications required for the career of your dreams.
Youth Employment Scheme - Are you a Newham resident aged 16 to 18? You could work for Newham as an apprentice as part of the Youth Employment Scheme.