Jobs and opportunities for young people plus job clubs, CV tips and more to help you find and get the perfect job.
Oxfordshire County Council keeps in touch with all young people. This is to help you find and stay in the best 16+ learning and progress successfully to your first job or apprenticeship. Register and help us keep your information up to date.
The EET Support Service provides one-to-one support for young people aged 16-18 Not in Employment, Education or Training who need extra help to re-engage with learning.
Opportunities and Vacancy Bulletins for people aged 16-19 (up to age 25 with learning difficulties)
Try out new things, improve your CV, explore the workplace and enjoy the experience of getting a job done well
Oxfordshire is an innovative and thriving area with lots of career choices open to young people - especially those with skills and qualifications.
Education is coming to an end and the workplace beckons - how can you make sure you are ready for work?
Basic skills are the key skills you need in study and life, and include Maths, English and ICT
Figuring out what you want to do for work can be confusing, here are resources to help you explore your options.
There are all sorts of jobs out there and different ways of applying for them.
Presenting yourself well, speaking clearly, and knowing your stuff are very important for a successful interview.
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
Think safety, whether you are at work, doing work experience, or seeking work
Posters, notices and fliers about open days, job clubs, training, learning and more for young people in Oxfordshire
If you are having difficulties at your work, apprenticeship, training, learning, college or placement there is support available to help you stay in learning until you are 18
Traineeships are flexible new training programmes for young people aged 16 to 24 years
Even when you are in employment it is important to keep on building new skills
Local training providers offer alternative options for 16+ learning, including community-based programmes, engagement, and specialist support