Hurst aims to support their pupils in more ways than just found within the classroom. Part of this, especially for sixth form students, is preparing them for their future careers by giving them as much information needed to set themselves up for success.
The careers program is currently made up of four parts; Speed Talk Events, Career Networking Events, Work Placement Programme and the Digital Careers Platform. Our mentors and ambassadors are key in making these events successful therefore we are extremely thankful for our volunteers who give up their time to provide guidance and advice for success in their industry.
If you would like to get involved with the careers program at Hurst, please contact the careers advisor, Tania Fielden to confirm your involvement. We are always looking for a full and diverse range of career introductions for our pupils and so we are interested in hearing from you no matter what your background is. Equally if you know of anyone who would like to support our program, please pass the message on!