Careers

The Career Service at Methodist College follows the Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) to provide a service that develops the necessary career management and employability skills students will need, to allow them to make informed choices impacting on their future education and employment.

All elements of CEIAG are very important for each students college experience.  All activities and guidance given hope to promote the following:

Career Exploration: Support, Advice & Guidance in identifying career pathways and learning opportunities in education and employment within Northern Ireland and further afield.  

Career Management: Support, Advice & Guidance in the areas of career planning, effective career decision making and career development.

Self-Awareness & Development: Support, Advice & Guidance in discovering, evaluating and developing the necessary skills to equip them to choose an appropriate career plan.

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Virtual Careers Fair

Due to COVID, we have not been able to organise our bi-annual Careers Fair ‘Pathways’, we hope that we will be able to hold this event next September. 

Therefore, this year the South Belfast Area Learning Community has organised a Virtual Careers Fair, which will be available during National Careers Week (7th – 11th March). 

This is a great opportunity to explore local universities, the FE colleges and the opportunities which are available with some of our local employers.    

To access the fair please use the following link: schoolscareersfair.com

To access it a password is needed - yellow

Before you and your son / daughter start to explore the fair – it may be useful to download the workbook, to help you to get more out of the fair.  

  1. Every exhibitor page has an "Ask a question" link which leads to a form which will collect and store each question. Asking questions is entirely optional.  
  2. At the end of the week (12th) the pupil questions to the respective exhibitors All the questions and answers will be made available to all in a Google Drive folder as spreadsheets. 

Your son / daughter can then be directed to the Google Drive in order to record the answers to their own questions in their workbooks. 

We hope that your son / daughter will find this event very useful.

 

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