Aimed at ambitious school leavers, TARGETcareers gathers all the resources needed for young people to choose a career, apply to university or join a school leaver programme in one place to help them discover their career aspirations and make educated decisions about their future.
As an employer, we offer you unprecedented opportunities to engage with school leavers actively considering their career options. TARGETcareers provides you with the very best multimedia tools and face-to-face channels to target the right students and promote your job vacancies and apprenticeship programmes to a highly receptive audience.
Here’s how you can engage with school students through TARGETcareers:
School students want to know as much about your company as possible. On targetcareers.co.uk you can create a ‘hub’, which will be a focal point for information on school leaver careers with your organisation. Your employer hub can include:
Post your job vacancies on targetcareers.co.uk and students can easily find you in their searches by region, employer, career sector or job type. Upgrade to a 'featured job' for extra visibility in our search listings.
With our tailored email service, you can target students by year group, postcode, region, UCAS points, school and career sector. Our range of emails include:
We distribute 200,000+ free copies of our school leaver publications to over 6,000 schools and FE colleges. Advertising in our publications means you can showcase your programme to a large, yet highly targeted audience. View the advertising specs here. Publications include:
Find out about the different options for students when they leave school, including university, apprenticeships, professional qualifications and more. You can also see the top 200 employers that school students say they want to work for and read the stories of those already working there.
Written by our specialist engineering and construction editor, this publication helps students, teachers and parents understand apprenticeship, employer training and university options in construction, engineering and surveying.
Paths to Professional Careers – a Parent’s Guide is designed for parents of 15 to 18 year old school students who are deciding what to do after their A levels, Scottish Highers or International Baccalaureate.
The guide includes detailed advice on weighing up the benefits of going to university versus joining an employe and gaining higher qualifications while working, checklists of what to research about both options, and profiles of professionals who’ve followed different routes into their careers.
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