Futurewise career insight events give students in Year 11-13 (S4-6) the opportunity to meet with professionals from industry and learn what it's really like to work in their field.

These events take place at employer workplaces and top universities, giving students the chance to gain real insights and experience new environments. These events include networking sessions, hands-on activities and opportunities to learn valuable skills.

Why should students attend?

  • Discover a range of post-18 options in a career area
  • Decide whether it is the right career for them
  • Network with business professionals and other students
  • Stand out from the crowd be adding weight to their personal statement and CV
  • Make friends with like-minded students and have fun!

Calendar of events

List of upcoming events

For a full list of our student events go to our website www.targetcareers.co.uk/events.

Contact us to find out more about how our services can support your students.

See our insight days in action

Inspiring Futures events for students

Future wise allowed me to consider options that I had never previously considered which was great. I really enjoyed the interview process as it showed me some university options that I had never thought about. I really enjoyed the whole experience and thought it was very accurate.

Student, Millfield School

I liked the ability to discuss my options with people outside my family and circle, and being able to use their opinions as well.

Student, Strathallan School

Our students found the finance career insight day very informative and interesting. Moreover, all of the speakers gave fantastic insights into the ‘world of finance’ through the engaging presentation.

The ‘speed networking’ was great as you could chat to people with experience in their field in a relaxed environment.

Following today, I will definitely look out for any more Inspiring Futures Events and will certainly recommend these events to people as they are a superb way to gain exposure into a specific area of work.

Christian Hutchinson – Rugby School