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Careers guidance

Meet the careers guidance team here at the College!

Not sure which career path to take or what qualification you need for your ideal job?

MidKent College has a dedicated team of qualified and impartial careers guidance advisers who can support you in your career choices and planning your next step.

This service is for potential, current and past students and is available all year round at both campuses.

Call us on 01634 383300 or send us an email to book an appointment with Mandy, Liz or Anna. Or why not visit us in the Information Zone at either campus?

How can we help you?

  • One-to-one sessions
  • Email advice
  • Phone advice
  • Career planning & information
  • Career fairs
  • Labour market information
  • Exploring opportunities
  • CV writing
  • Interview techniques
  • Job searching (don't forget our JobShop!)
  • Online careers resources

Don't take our word for it...

'My adviser really made me think about the different options available to me.' Lily, level 3 Media

'They were really friendly and helpful and gave me the information that I wanted.' Sam, Engineering

Are you 19+?

The College can arrange for you to meet with a careers adviser from the National Careers Service at either campus. Please phone us on 01634 383300, send us an email or call into the Information Zone.

Useful links

Careers Advice - Looking for helpful advice on careers and learning? Click the link to get details of the careers helpline for teenagers

CXK - If you are between 13 and 19 then we can offer you free confidential information, advice and guidance on learning living and working. We can also support young people up to the age of 25 who have a learning difficulty or disability. CXK will support any young people in Kent (excluding Medway).

Medway Youth Trust - Impartial and confidential information, support, advice and guidance for young people living, learning and working in and around Medway. We can also support young people up to the age of 25 who have a learning difficulty or disability.