MyBigCareer

MyBigCareer

We believe good careers guidance should be an essential part of every young person’s educational journey. It’s particularly important for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who are less likely to have access to the same quality of information and connections as their better-off peers.

Embracing technology we provide the majority of our 1:1 session digitally, allowing us to reach students in ‘coldspots’ across the England.

MyBigCareer provides free 1:1 Career Coaching to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds utilising our network of volunteer Career Coaches for across the UK. We also provide work based opportunities to young people, collaborating with our partner businesses.

http://www.mybigcareer.org

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Recap: Employers Masterclass – Social mobility, hiring and recruitment

In our latest masterclass (16 September), we put the focus on hiring and recruitment – exploring the common practices that can create artificial and unnecessary barriers to potential applicants from lower socio-economic backgrounds. We were delighted to be joined by Danny Matthews and Hazel Remeika from Co-op, who shared their approach to hiring in a […]

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16/09/2021

Are you committed to building an workplace culture that is inclusive of employees from a low #socioeconomicbackground (SEB)?

Make sure you’re having open & honest discussions with employees about your plans and what it means to be from a low socio-economic background – including the additional barriers that low SEB employees face in the workplace.

Launched today, our new resource pack is designed to support internal discussions about socio-economic background in organisations at any stage in their social mobility journey.

Download the toolkit and start the conversation: https://bit.ly/3AdtksP

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