National Youth Offer: Ages 16 to 18
What would you like to know?
I’m thinking about study
What to study?
Tip: Did you know that there are options to suit how you learn, with T Levels, A Levels and technical qualifications for you to explore?
If you need more support, there are programmes and support systems designed to help you. Organisations are on hand to support you in times of challenge.
I’m thinking about careers
National Careers Service
What is it? It offers impartial careers guidance and help. Get in touch through their website, web chat and helpline.
Careers & Enterprise Network
What is it? It helps schools and colleges to deliver careers advice with inspirational videos and support
Not sure about career steps?
You’ve got plenty of time. Now’s a great time in your life to explore a few options and start thinking about your strengths and interests.
I need help and support
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Whatever kind of help and support you need, you can reach out to a number of organisations who will put your safety and wellbeing first.
Help for vulnerable people under 18 who are experiencing difficulties during the pandemic.
If you’re young and want to reach out for mental health support and info, you can get in touch with this charity.
Additional Needs & Inclusion
If you have a disability, or SEN (Special Educational Needs) or you are vulnerable due to your background or circumstances, a number of organisations and programmes are on hand to help.
Young people with SEN can learn about Supported Internships and more.
See guides and resources from the Council for Disabled Children.
Employment support for young care leavers.
So what are you waiting for? Grab your future.