So, you’ve completed your Career Ready course, but that doesn’t mean it has to be over. You can still get so much more out of Career Ready including networking opportunities with our supporters and fellow alumni.

Stay Connected

LinkedIn is a fantastic networking tool for professionals. We have an education page and encourage you to  add Career Ready to your education profile  so that you can receive regular updates, opportunities and news from us.

Twitter – follow us if you like your updates short and sweet. We love to hear from you and often re-tweet. And a good @mention from you is always welcome.

Facebook – join us for regular updates and to tell us about what you’re up to now.

Plus, our monthly e-newsletter will keep you up to date with the latest from Career Ready across the country. To sign-up email our Communications Team.

Got any ideas for new ways to stay in touch? Let us know

Stay involved with Career Ready

Here are some simple ways you could inspire other students to develop their work skills and change their lives for the better with Career Ready.

  • Tell us your story so we can turn it into a case study
  • Come and speak at one of our national or local events
  • Give us an inspirational quote for our communications
  • Become a mentor and make a real impact on someone’s life
  • Tell your employer or contacts about Career Ready and encourage them to support us

Contact Us

My internship allowed me to experience the job I want to do when I am older and this gave me the opportunity to understand the role in more detail and what I need to do to achieve my goal. I also got the opportunity to network with a lot of different people and make some valuable connections.

Tegan Duffy, Career Ready student, now completing a a two year apprenticeship at Baker & McKenzie

I wasn’t confident about what I wanted to do in the future, however Career Ready helped me to find a career ambition and gave me the opportunity to network with professionals. My internship at Costain Skansk JV gave me first hand experience of the world of work.

Yehya Hawila, Career Ready student, now completing a degree-funded apprenticeship at Costain

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