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National Careers Week – One month to go!

With so much uncertainty around, it feels like National Careers Week (1st-6th March) will be needed more than ever in 2021.

National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to provide a focus for careers guidance activity at an important stage in the academic calendar to help support young people leaving education.

Although the majority of students won't be in school, college or university during National Careers Week, online resources are still available to use.

All of the resources are free to use in classrooms and colleges. Teachers and careers advisers can be assured that, by being mapped against the Gatsby Benchmarks, the resources will enhance and support the work they do.

The National Careers Week website shares some great case studies of how teachers and advisers around the UK have been inspiring young people and can be used to help others come up with ideas for their own students.

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