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We expect that some young people will go to college, university, apprenticeship and training or attend work experience.  But it can be all too easy for students to assume that university is the only option, when in fact students should have other opportunities that can also offer them options, which could set them up for long-term employment.


In order to deliver outreach work on career advice services to young people, it is important for us to understand what types of activities the students have participated in and what destination they whish to go onto. This information helps us to be in a better position to understand what types of activities and interventions are effective for young people where we can then make improved decisions about how to run the career advice programmes.

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