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Free 1:1 careers advice extended until June

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Our fully-funded ‘What’s right for Me?’ 1:1 careers guidance programme for pupils in Years 11, 12 and 13 in Bucks has now been extended until the end of June. 

‘What’s right for me?’ provides individual careers guidance for Buckinghamshire students who need extra support to decide on their next step. One-to-one support will be offered by a Level 6-trained, Enhanced DBS-checked careers counsellor from Adviza. 

Guidance will be provided either by a virtual appointment over Microsoft Teams or by phone, with follow-up support as needed.
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