On the 8th and 9th of April, Bishop Auckland MP, Dehenna Davison, is set to host an online jobs fair for students aged 16-18.
With a host of local businesses and service providers signed up, Dehenna Davison MP is set to host an online jobs fair in early April. Aimed at students between 16-18 but open to anyone interested, the jobs fair will explore a range of career opportunities from both the public and private sector.
Confirmed businesses and services include, the BBC, Hitachi, the RAF, LNER, and Durham Constabulary.
Starting at 10am on the 8th of April, those interested will be able to hear from representatives from each industry, exploring topics such as; skills needed for their industry of interest, building connections, and what path to take to ensure the right qualifications are achieved.
Dehenna Davison MP said:
“I am really excited to be hosting this jobs fair, we have some fantastic local providers signed up and will be hearing from staff across a range of industries and career paths.
“I am grateful to those who have promised their time for this event. Whilst it is aimed at those in secondary education or university age, the fair is open to anyone interested and more information about how to sign up, the sessions schedule, and how to join on the day can be found on my website: dehennadavison.com.”