Young People

Get started in your career with our section just for young people

Choosing the right career for you can be a daunting task when there are so many options out there. At Workbox, we want to make things easier by breaking choices down for you and introducing you to all the people who can help.

GCSE’s

GCSEs

Now is a great time to start thinking about your future, find out all you need to know now to help you make your choices for GCSEs and the careers they could lead to. Read More...

Further Education/A-Levels

Further Education/A-Levels

If you are aged 16-18, you should still be in some form of education or training, but there are plenty of options available for you to choose from. Find out about A-levels, apprenticeships, and other options at level 3. You can also find out more about pathways into specific jobs. Read More...

Higher Education/University

Higher Education/University

If you are 18+, you may be in a position to consider further / higher education and training, or starting to apply for jobs or apprenticeships. If you have completed a level 3, find out about higher education opportunities here. Read More...

Work-related Training

Work-related Training

Work-related training can be a great option if you are keen to get some real work and life experience. Work-related training options are available from level 2 onwards so if you are aged 16+, there will be a pathway to suit you. Work-related training is especially useful if you already have an idea of what career you are interested in. Read More...

ConnexionsConnexions

Connexions Wolverhampton offer careers support and advice for young people aged 15-19 or up to age 25 with a learning difficulty. Specialist advisors work both with local schools and young people who are no longer in education. Read More...

Organisations to help you...

Connexions

Connexions

Connexions Wolverhampton offer careers support and advice for young people aged 15-19 or up to age 25 if you have a learning difficulty. Read More...

Black Country Impact in Wolverhampton

Black Country Impact in Wolverhampton

For anyone in Wolverhampton aged 16-29 who is currently unemployed and not in education or training. A Key Worker will advise on local opportunities and help you to apply; they may even be able to fund training courses or interview travel for you. Read More...

City of Wolverhampton College

City of Wolverhampton College

One of the region's leading Further Education providers, with a wide range of courses and qualifications on offer for local residents, including a diverse apprenticeship offer for people of all ages. Read More...

UCAS

UCAS

UCAS is the admissions service for Colleges and Universities in the UK. Visit the website for a comprehensive list of UK Higher Education opportunities and how to apply. Visit website

Juniper Training

Juniper Training

Training for young people in the form of Traineeships, GCSE’s and Functional Skills. Working with people up to the age of 24, they can provide free support to help you to progress into work or an Apprenticeship. Read More...

Nova Training

Nova Training

Providing apprenticeships, traineeships, and study programmes for young people across the city, as well as vocational training and apprenticeships for people of all ages. Read More...

University of Wolverhampton

University of Wolverhampton

With campuses in Wolverhampton, Telford and Walsall and a wide range of courses on offer - including access to Higher Education, Bachelors degrees, post-graduate studies and apprenticeships. Read More...

National Careers Service

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service is a government funded organisation, which can help you to make decisions about learning, training and work. Visit website