Virtual Careers Fair
Please click here to access the Virtual Careers Fair
Due to the virtual nature of the event, we have expanded the invitation to our students in all Year Groups to help inspire and inform them prior to making their next step choices, whatever stage they are at on their learning pathway. Events such as this encourage our students to get involved in the careers and next steps process and explore fully the opportunities which are on offer.
The virtual exhibition brings together over forty organisations and training providers from Plymouth and the South West; including local universities and apprenticeship providers through to small businesses and organisations with global interests. From careers in IT and dentistry, manufacturing and engineering, the building environment, to landscape architecture, healthcare, music, the Police and the Forces - the range is truly comprehensive.
Each organisation has a virtual exhibition space, where they can contribute a set of links to virtual tours, YouTube videos, pre-recorded talks and presentations, in order to share company and course information with students and their parents/carers.
The contributors have kindly offered their links to be made available on the College website throughout the academic year, which will provide our students with an extremely useful point of reference as they consider their next steps in the months ahead.
"This year, more than ever, it is crucial that we support, encourage and reassure young people on their future learning and career choices. Ivybridge Community College’s virtual career fair provides the perfect platform for students to engage with local employers and form a lasting connection. We look forward to meeting you online!"
Dave Martin, Vice President, GP Strategies Training Limited
“Ivybridge Community College is one of our Building Plymouth Adopted Schools, so we are particularly thrilled to be remotely supporting their Virtual Careers Fair. It’s great to be improving the image of construction and attracting young people to consider construction and the built environment as a career of choice while physical events are on pause!”