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York College

Updated 23rd March 2017

You can book an interview with an adviser during term time by phoning the InfoZone on 01904 770400 or  by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

You can talk through your course or careers options, check over your CV or Personal statement etc. Make the most of this opportunity by doing your research first.

All full time students are entitled to a range of support in planning their progression.  Ask for support from your progress tutor.

Adult Directions - is a careers matching programme that provides you with career ideas and information, and lets you explore your own career options, you will need to enter a code which is only available to York College students, this can be obtained from the InfoZone, your Progress Tutor or Careers staff at college.

Adult Directions Help Sheet

Copies of ‘My Future’ and other careers handouts are available using this link.

Support for staff - Services and resources provided by Careers (part of Student Services) can help you support your students in their plans. If staff have personal careers guidance needs we are always happy to give impartial confidential advice and support. We always welcome feedback.

Andy D’Agorne
Careers Co-ordinator
Tel:- 01904 770433

Stephen Kirkman
Careers Adviser
01904 770847

Useful careers websites - Find out what different careers involve and how to get into them.

EPOC Careers Conferences - organises events for students who want to become doctors or lawyers.  These events will help you maximise your chances of being accepted into the university and profession of your choice. 

Not Going to Uni – the one stop site for apprenticeships, gap years, distance learning and jobs - Are you thinking about heading to university, or what career options are out there? Then Loud is here to help. Loud features the latest opportunities for college leavers and 6th formers. We also interview the latest music artists & give you the chance to write for us. Once you’ve signed up you will receive 4 issues per year for free. - Legislation and advice on workers rights - Trade union advice about employment rights - Distance learning courses and resources from National Extension College.