King’s Lynn teenagers are being offered help in finding a job, training or taking up an apprenticeship.
The drop in sessions are being run by Young Persons Advisor Louise Martin, who specialises in careers and apprenticeships, and will be held at Kings Lynn Library and Gaywood Library between 3pm and 5pm on alternate Thursdays.
Louise will be helping teenagers to find a job, update their CV, help develop interview skills, find apprenticeships, or arrange a careers guidance appointment to identify further training courses.
The drop in sessions, run by Norfolk County Council’s Children Services, are aimed at young people between the ages of 16 and 19 who are not in education, employment or training.
The first session will be at King’s Lynn Library on Thursday 26 July. The next session will then be at Gaywood Library on Thursday 2 August. This service will then alternate between the two libraries every Thursday.
If you require any further information please go along to the library, call 0344 8008022 and ask for a Careers guidance appointment, or visit www.helpyouchoose.org