All Franklin students have access to the College Careers Service. The College Careers Advisor is Zofia Ciopcinski who can be found in the Careers and Employability Hub, room 46. In addition to offering one to one careers appointments students can access the Careers and Employability Hub outside of their lesson time to utilise resources.
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You will be able to book an appointment through the college’s student system called FIS. You will also be able to make appointments in person, by emailing Zofia (email@example.com) or by calling Zofia directly on 01475 854 000 ext. 797.
Yes, of course. We offer advice over email, telephone and virtual appointments (Skype or Microsoft Teams). You can send a question or request for a phone/virtual appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
First, remember you’ve made important decisions before, like choosing your GCSE options. Are any of those motivations and reasons still important? Being clearer about your strengths, abilities, interests and motivations will help you decide the next stage. If you’re struggling to think what ‘job’ would suit you, think about contexts, situations or types of organisation you may want to work in.
You may have a ‘dream job’ and worry that it’s too ambitious or unachievable. Find information about people who do that job and see how they got there, you can look at these videos on www.icould.com to inspire your career choices. It may give you ideas for what to do next, and be reassured that people’s careers evolve in various ways. Skills assessment questionnaires can also help you generate ideas, see connections between job types, and decide what to investigate further.
If you’d like to talk through your options and get advice on how to explore these, book an appointment with a careers advisor.
It’s not uncommon for students to have doubts about their choice of course. If you’re in this situation we can help support you make a decision.
Common reasons for wanting to change or leave a course include:
You may find booking an appointment to talk to a careers advisor useful to help clarify your options and decide the best way forward. We can recommend resources which will help you research your options.
Applying is easy and the sooner you apply the sooner we can process your application and arrange an interview with you.