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Posted on: February 27th 2017

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Annual Careers Forum – Blackfen School for Girls

Tuesday 7th March - 6.00pm – 7.00pm

Open to Hurstmere School Year 11 students.

The evening is an excellent opportunity for both students and parents to find out more about a wide range of careers and the choices available for Further, Higher Education and Apprenticeships.

We look forward to seeing as many students and parents attend this exciting event! 

Confirmed representatives include:

Apprenticeship Support Project

Bailey Garner (Architects)

 

Bexley College

 

Bexley Council

 

Big Creative Education College (Media & Arts)

Bird College

 

Blackfen School Sixth Form

Bromley College

 

Canterbury Christ Church University

City University

 

Dept of Innovation, Business & Skills

Frontier (Gap Year)

   

GSM London

 

Hadlow College

 

Holts Academy (Jewellery)

 

Inspire Hair Academy

 

Jacquelines Gems Childcare Services

Kings College London

 

Kingston University

 

Learning Centre Bexley

 

Lendlease Construction

 

London Fire Brigade

 

London & Quadrant

 

Metropolitan Police

 

Moat Housing

   

North Kent College

 

Oxleas NHS

 

Pethealth & Therapy

 

Prospects

   

RAF

   

Ravensbourne

 

Rose Bruford College

 

Royal Navy and Royal Marines

Royal Veterinary College

 

St Marys University Twickenham

Theatre Street

 

University of Essex

 

University of Greenwich

 

University of Kent

 

University of Law

 

University of Oxford

 

University of Sussex

 

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