Support my students with career pathways

London is home to an infinite number of industries, which can be an exciting yet daunting prospect for learners. Below we’ve assembled resources and to help navigate students through the labyrinth of career opportunities available in and beyond London.



> The London Enterprise Adviser Network
The London Enterprise Adviser Network helps young people to build the skills and experiences they need to lead successful futures. It does this by connecting businesses with schools and colleges. This ensures that young people are aware of all the career pathways and opportunities available to them.

> East London Business Alliance
The East London Business Alliance, or ELBA, draws together businesses and local communities, bringing the time, skills and resources of the private sector, to help build the capacity of local organisations, support young people in education and place people into employment in London.

Specifically, their Eagles Graduate Program is designed to increase social mobility in East London by offering a six-month paid internship where young people have the chance to gain insights, skills and experience working with some of London’s leading companies.

London Education Business Partnerships

> Tower Hamlets Business Education Partnership
The Tower Hamlets Business Education Partnership delivers a range of programmes in schools which improve the employability and life chances of young people who face multiple disadvantages. All programmes they deliver ring volunteers from local employers into contact with young people

Their Aim2Attain program offers help to higher achieving students to maximise their opportunities beyond school and into working life, through close collaboration with volunteers from the business world.

> Inspire! Education Business Partnership
Based across Hackney, Camden, and Islington, Inspire! provides work experience, work-related learning, enterprise and additional support programmes for young people aged 3 – 24.

> Barnet Education Business Partnership
The Barnet EBP has over 22 years of experience developing links between schools and local employers. Their team is made up of Work Related Learning Project Managers and Work Experience Coordinators, led by a Board of Director comprising representatives from the education and business community.

Online Resources

> The National Careers Service
The National Careers Service, or NCS, is the government’s own forum for impartial advice design to help young people transition into the workplace.

> Prospects
At, students are given the chance to explore their career options through an online quiz based on personality, academic achievement, and extracurricular activities.

> Scope
Scope is a disability equality charity in England and Wales. Through their Career Pathways, independent careers advice service is provided for young disabled people.

> My World of Work
Through a series of online quizzes around skills, strengths, and interests, My World of Work offers students a portal toward appropriate training and pathways. Whether learners have a rough idea of a career, or a vocation in mind, this site will clarify the best ways for students to achieve long term goals.