Useful Careers Websites
All students at Harris Academy St. John's Wood have a personal Unifrog account. To access their Unifrog account students will need their school email address.
Students' email address format is email@example.com
For instructions on how to access Unifrog for the first time and how to use it please see this power point here.
Harris Careers Information website
Visit the Harris Federation careers page, with webinars and apprenticeships vacancies plus information on other routes and options.
The following websites can help you to look at the different careers that are available.
- The National Careers Service website has over 700 careers profiles providing information on the skills and qualifications required.
- Start is a free online careers platform to connect 11–18-year-old with their future career potential.
- Prospects gives detailed job information and links to advice on writing CVs and cover letters.
- icould offers first-hand information about careers, including videos, as well as labour market information.
- LMI for All is an online data portal, which connects and standardises labour market information (LMI) with the aim of informing careers decisions.
- How2Become.com is one of the UK’s leading careers and educational information and development websites. From here, you can learn how to write a CV, how to complete an application form, how to pass psychometric tests and also how to perform well in a job interview.
- Unifrog online platform that all students have subscribed to https://www.unifrog.org The online platform which helps students to compare every opportunity, then apply successfully. We also empower teachers and counsellors to manage the progression process effective.
https://www.springpod.com/ this site allows you to complete virtual work experience with leading employers free of charge.
Below are a list of opportunities for Post-16 and Post-18 options primarily. It is a varied list containing not just job/training openings but also ideas about careers and higher education. It is by no means exhaustive. It will be updated on a fairly regular basis. Most of the opportunities provide web-links to get more information and how to apply.
Remember an application is not a commitment, at this stage you’re just exploring your options, so don’t be afraid to apply.
Information on Post-16 choices including apprenticeships, A levels