hen why not start volunteering? Join the Student Volunteering Week celebrations from 7 to 13 February
Courses and training
Don’t know where to start with your subject choices? Whether it’s your first or last time selecting subjects the whole process can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Researching your subject choices can even help you find out more about yourself and what you want to do in the future. If you already have a set career in mind then make an appointment with your careers advisor at school to help ensure that your choices suit this.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has opened their application process, and the organisation has outlined just what you need to do to become an astronaut.
There are over 60,000 nursing professionals working in Scotland, each one delivering invaluable care to patients around the country. Two nurses explain why you should consider a dynamic career in nursing.
Are you deciding what career path to follow after you leave school? Maybe you’re looking to enhance your knowledge to bag that promotion or change career direction completely? Robert Gordon University (RGU) could be the catalyst to your career.
Don’t just learn it; work it at New College Lanarkshire, just like Oliwia Sierakowska who is studying HND Computer Aided Architectural Design and Technology (CAADT) at New College Lanarkshire’s Motherwell Campus.
Considering leaving school and unsure of which path to take? Thankfully, with help from the Highland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association (HRFCA) you’re sure to put your best foot forward.
Are you interested in a career in healthcare where you make a real and immediate difference on the frontline? Do you want to study at a university that prepares you for a career, not just your first job? Queen Margaret University’s new degree in Paramedic Science could be perfect for you.