There is support across the city for people who may be seeking an apprenticeship or employment opportunity, wanting to move into full time education in the York/Leeds area rather than moving away from home or are concerned about their personal circumstances acting as a barrier to accessing education, employment or training.
People can find support across the city from:
- Careers Advisers employed by our local sixth forms and colleges
- City of York Council Learning and Work Advisers in our Young People’s Service at 30 Clarence Street; extra appointment slots and drop-ins are available and Advisers can support with searching for vacancies, developing your CV, completing applications and preparing for interviews. Tel: 01904 555400; www.yor-zone.org.uk/ someone to help you
- National Careers Service – for local employment and training opportunities; bob in to the York office at 18-19 Colliergate or call the national help-line 0800 100 900
- Council-led ‘York Apprenticeship Hub’ – find us on Facebook @ York Apprenticeships; email us at York.email@example.com; T: 01904 553732 for local apprenticeship vacancies; there are still around 100 opportunities in the city and many more in Leeds across a range of sectors and job roles and we can sign post you to agencies and training providers that can help
Executive member for education, children and young people, Cllr Keith Myers, said: “We recognise that results days can be a daunting time for school and college leavers, therefore we want people to know there’s a range of service on offer across the city for them.
“If you didn’t get quite the results you were hoping for or are thinking of changing your plans there are several services across the city who can help you take your next steps.”