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Career Countdown: Graduates Anxious About Next Steps

Last month, Alice was invited to take part in the Government's 'Get Into Teaching' campaign, designed to encourage those leaving education to consider a career in teaching.

As part of the campaign, research was carried out to assess how final year university students and recent graduates were feeling about making decisions concerning their future careers, and what factors were influencing their decisions.

Alice spoke to a number of radio stations about the findings from this research, and her experiences of coaching graduates. She spoke to SFM Radio, WCR FM, Siren Radio, Gateway FM, Checkpoint (podcast), and Wycombe Sound FM. Her quotes were also featured in the associated press release for the campaign, published in a number of outlets during the course of the campaign.

You can read more about the research findings, and Alice's thoughts on them, in this blog post.

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I had been unhappy in my job for a while but was struggling to understand what I wanted to do instead and how to even get started. Working with Alice provided me with the tools and support to reflect on my skills, values and motivators, and helped me to navigate through this process, which can seem overwhelming at first. Alice was great at providing support and encouragement, whilst also challenging me to overcome my fears and hesitance.

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About Alice

Alice coaches those who want to change career but don’t know what they want to do instead. She offers Career Coaching designed to help graduates, early to mid-level career-changers, and parents returning to work gain a clear vision of what career is right for them, and how to achieve it. She is also a qualified Coach Supervisor.