Careers advice for school leavers

Posted on 13th August 2013 | in Community , Young People’s Activities

Julie-JacksonJulie Jackson, a qualified Careers Adviser,  is offering careers information, advice and guidance to unemployed 16-18 year olds from the Amble area at the Amble Youth Project every Tuesday morning from 10-12:30.

Julie is employed by Northumberland County Council’s Employability and Skills Service and is able to assist those young people who have just left James Calvert Spence School who do not have a place at college or do not have an apprenticeship, job or training to go to. She can help them with applications, CVs and job search as well as giving careers guidance and information about qualifications, Further and Higher Education.

Julie also helps those young people 16-18 years, who are NEET (Not in Education, Employment and Training) who have left education earlier or who have been in employment and training but left and now need support.

Julie has a wealth of experience, having worked for the Careers and Connexions Service in Newcastle, and as a Guidance Adviser at a North- East college.
Those young people 16-18 years who are already in education, employment or training are able to seek information, advice and guidance from the National Careers Service. Tel: 0800 100 900 or

Julie can be contacted to make an appointment or alternatively call in any time the Amble Youth Project is open and leave details so Julie can contact you.