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Lewisham College is celebrating National Careers Week this year with a series of virtual Career Q&A sessions hosted by industry professionals from across London. 

Over the course of the week, students can join an exciting programme of virtual sessions to support them to explore Higher Education, employability and career opportunities. The College has also set up Career Q&As with professionals in sectors such as hospitality, finance, marketing and performing arts.

Each live event will be streamed to the College’s own social media accounts, giving young people a unique insight into possible career pathways.

Asfa Sohail, Principal at Lewisham College, said: “National Careers Week is a great opportunity for our students to hear from people who are already working in theindustry and get the advice they need on how they can break into the career they want. Above all, we hope these events inspire our students and show them what support we offer to help them achieve their aspirations.”

Use the joining instructions below to access each event.

 
Date Time Event

Joining Instructions

Monday 1st March 2pm -3pm UCAS Careers Hour Student stories: Uni or apprenticeship? To join, log in to your UCAS account and hit the top banner or follow this link here
Tuesday 2nd March 2pm-3pm UCAS Careers Hour CV writing workshop with Reed To join, log in to your UCAS account and hit the top banner or follow this link here
3pm-4pm #IndustryInsights with an experienced chef and caterer. Join our live Q&A on either our Facebook or Instagram stories. To join visit our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Wednesday 3rd March 2pm-3pm UCAS Careers Hour Jack Parsons: Becoming an award-winning CEO in his 20s To join, log in to your UCAS account and hit the top banner or follow this link here
Thursday 4th March  2pm-3pm UCAS Careers Hour How to secure a school-leaver opportunity with Fledglink To join, log in to your UCAS account and hit the top banner or follow this link here
3pm-4pm #IndustryInsight into Hairdressing with Rachel. Join our live Q&A on either our Facebook or Instagram stories to learn more about her career. To join visit our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Friday 5th March 2pm-3pm UCAS Careers Hour - How to ace interviews To join, log in to your UCAS account and hit the top banner or follow this link here

 

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