Careers Advice for Students in repsonse to COVID-19
Island Futures - Supporting young people to plan for their futures
We understand that this is a worrying time for schools and particularly for Year 11 students and their parents and carers. Our website has useful information and links to careers resources and other sites which you may find useful.
However, you may feel that you need a more personal touch and our qualified careers professionals are here to provide you with just that. Our advisers are available to work with you through these uncertain times please just let us know by using the details available from the contact tab above.
Advisers are available Monday to Friday, so please do contact us using the details available from the contact tab above and we will get back to you.
Island Futures provide independent information, advice and guidance to support young people to participate in education, employment and training. In partnership with schools, the team provides fully qualified and independent careers advisers for students to access within the majority of the island's secondary schools. Please contact your school careers coordinator to book an appointment.
For young people who are not in education, employment, or training Island Futures offers independent advice and guidance, on a half day basis, at easy to reach locations around the Island.
Please view our latest newsletter (PDF, 395 KB, 6 pages)
Drop-in Centres (16-19 Not in Education, Employment or Training)
Tuesday: Lord Louis Library (Newport) 2pm - 4pm
Thursday: Sandown Library 2pm - 4pm
Friday: Ryde Library 2pm - 4pm
Please note we are currently not holding our drop in sessions. However, please do contact the Island Futures service using the details available from the contact tab above if you require any advice or guidance.
The Local Offer aims to bring together information that is intended to be helpful to children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families. For more information visit local offer.