Education and learning, Jobs and growth

Get down to Youth Enterprise Live 2012 – a careers fair with a difference!

If you are aged 15-30 and looking to find work or start up your own business, visit Youth Enterprise Live 2012 at Earls Court on 12 and 13 October.

The event focuses on employment, education and enterprise for 15-30 year olds and will be the first exhibition purely aimed at the youth community in the UK. Taking place over two days Youth Enterprise Live 2012 will provide 15-30 year olds a chance to experience, educate and gain inspiration for their prospects in future employment and starting their own business.

The event showcases successful young entrepreneurs who have already begun their journey. They will share their experiences and the support they received and help to alleviate the fear factor of going it alone.

The exhibition will be filled with companies and training providers that can help you gain the edge when starting out in the search for a new position or starting or growing your new business.

In addition to the young entrepreneurs who are giving up their time to share experiences, Youth Enterprise Live has many of the leading speakers in entrepreneurship, employability and education to give you as much knowledge as you can take in to assist you.

Lambeth College will be exhibiting to promote the courses they have on offer at their Clapham, Vauxhall and Brixton centres.  

Youth Enterprise Live will offer all the support, advice and expertise to 18-30 year olds looking to improve their chances of employability or of starting their own business.

For more information about Youth Enterprise Live, including ticket booking, visit the official website here.

The council’s campaign ‘More jobs’ supports, signposts and works with residents who are looking for employment; works with businesses to create employment and apprenticeship opportunities; and encourages entrepreneurialism by offering support to those who want to set up on their own.



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