Job Clubs

There are job clubs and workers who can help young people not in employment or learning all over Oxfordshire - link up with your local support
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Job Clubs provide support with job-seeking. They can help you:

  • Improve your CV, interview skills and applications
  • Find and apply for jobs, training and apprenticeships
  • Think about your future and career choices

Job clubs also provide free use of computers, interviews with workers, and the chance to share tips and experiences with other people seeking work .

Crucial: Not able to get to a job club? You can register as a young job-seeker, search opportunities, talk to workers on webchat and sign up for our weekly hot jobs newsletter on this website.

Find your local Job Club

These are some of the Job Clubs running locally. NEET drop ins are for young people aged 16-19 who are not in employment, education or training.

Crucial:  If you are aged 15/16 and Not in Employment, education or training, you should register your details and request EET Support

Abingdon

  • Abingdon Children and Family Centre (Stratton Way,OX14 3RG) CHOICES Earning and Learning support for young people not in education, employment or training, drop-in Tuesday 1pm-3pm or contact Tricia on tricia.duncan@oxfordshire.gov.uk or 07393 001023.

Banbury

  • Job Club @BYHP 2 Chandos Close, OX16 4TL Monday 11am-1.30pm
  • CHOICES Earning and Learning at Banbury Children and Family Centre (New Futures Centre, OX16 0EF) NEET sessions Thursday 12-2pm
  • Banbury Job Centre + can provide support for younger claimants/job-seekers - ask for the under 18 Job Coach
  • Cherwell District Council Job Club,  Banbury Town Hall, Bridge Street OX16 5QB, alternate Fridays 11am-1pm.

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Bicester

  • Bicester Children and Family Centre (Launton Road, OX26 6DJ) CHOICES Earning and Learning Wednesday 1pm-3pm at the Courtyard - call 01865 328470.
  • Bicester Job Club, Bicester Library. Every other Friday 11am-1pm.

Bloxham

Carterton

Didcot

Oxford

  • The Blackbird Leys CHOICES into Earning and Learning session is on Thursdays at Blackbird Leys Children and Families Centre, 61/63 Cuddesdon Way, OX4 6SB, 1pm-3.15pm.  Contact Ray Starkie for more information on 07827947348. or by email to ray.starkie@oxfordshire.gov.uk

  • CHOICES @ Rosehill Children & Family Centre, Ashhurst Way, OX4 4UY Thursdays 10am-4pm Find out more, call Mel on 07785 453266 or just drop in!

  • Oxford EET support - if you're aged 16-19 and not in employment education or training call Mel on 07785 453266, Fi on 07584 581172 or Ray on 07827 947348 to make an appointment.
  • Crisis Skylight Centre - for anyone homeless or vulnerably housed. Drop in 2-3pm daily to ask about support and training available.
  • Oxford Jobcentre Career Hub - For all people who use the services of Job Centre Plus. Job Club: M-F 9am-1pm (10am-1pm on Wednesdays), Group information sessions and 1-2-1 job search: M, Tu, W, F 2-4pm. The Hub also provides an opportunity for a ‘one stop shop’ for our service users. For further information, please contact the Career Hub Co-ordinators: Amy Hawkes amy.hawkes1@dwp.gsi.gov.uk  or Terry Petrie terry.petrie@dwp.gsi.gov.uk
  • CHOICES Barton offers support for work and training opportunities to young people who are aged between 16 - 19 who are not in employment, education or training. The sessions run on Tuesday 12-3pm at Barton Children and Family Centre (Ormerod Building, Waynflete Rd, Oxford OX3 8DD). For more information contact Fi Mattam by email fiona.mattam@oxfordshire.gov.uk or by phone 07584 581172.

Witney

  • CHOICES Earning and Learning -  Tuesday 1pm-2pm.  Witney Employment Education and Training service - Witney Children and Family Centre (Witan Way, OX28 4YA) Phone: 01865 328730 or Sally on 07393 001026  

Not ready for a job club yet?

If you are aged 16-18 and have difficulties in your life that are making it hard for you to engage with learning, you can register to get help from the  EET Support Service, who can help you find learning opportunities and get support to overcome problems in your life.

Crucial: If you have special educational needs, disabilities or a learning difficulty, you may be worried about moving into the world of work. But there are lots of great opportunities in work, training, and more, in supportive groups that help you build skills and confidence.  Workers at your local young person's job club can tell you more, or you can register with the EET Support Service.