Heading into June, we have seen many teachers booking Careers Fairs to connect their students to the country’s leading entrepreneurs and to help their students discover advantageous career paths.
But don’t worry – there is still time to invite exciting business leaders and innovators to bring life to your upcoming careers fair with their first hand experience in high-impact professions!
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Theresa Sear, Careers Coordinator at the King Richard School, has organised an exciting Careers Fair for her 200 Year 7 to 10 students in mid-July. These business leaders will connect with the students, opening their eyes to the possibilities that lie outside of a standard career path.
The invaluable insight from these innovators and entrepreneurs will be shared at the event, and can be a part of your next careers fair too! Invite local business leaders now – all it takes is five minutes and a few clicks.
Careers Fairs are the perfect opportunity to stimulate students’ interest in booming STEM fields.
Why not enliven these career paths by enhancing your fair with presentations from business leaders and entrepreneurs?
Alison Dewhirst, Curriculum Leader for Careers, Enterprise & Work-Related Learning at The UCL Academy has embodied this idea of providing her 180 Year 7 to 10 students with tangible examples of entrepreneurial success.
By bringing your school’s next fair to life with presentations from business leaders and entrepreneurs, the students will walk away with more than pieces of paper to guide their subject choices and career decisions.
They will have first hand insight into the steps that will lead toward high impact careers.
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Check out these teenpreneurs who use technology to build their own businesses at an early age. You can ignite the entrepreneurial fire in your students by bringing business leaders into your classroom.
Rachel Fearnehough, PSCHE Co-ordinator at The King’s Church of England School, is helping 135 of her Y8 students on “How to be enterprising” in June. After running their own charity enterprise fair in the morning session, she invited these four local business leaders to speak to their students and help them “learn from people working in business today who have put their entrepreneurial skills into action in the real world.”