This National Careers Week, taking place 6 to 11 March, we are sharing resources to inspire and support school and university students and recent graduates to find out more about how they can use their geographical skills in the workplace.
Our Use geography webinars and I am a geographer career profiles feature professionals working in a range of geographical sectors, including environmental consultancy, risk management and international development, giving tips and advice for starting your career.
We also have a range of free resources for schools to help young people find out more about studying geography and where it can lead them, as well as a work experience directory highlighting work opportunities for school students and undergraduates. You can also browse our website to find out more about postgraduate study and careers with geography, including making the most of work experience and internships, applications and interviews, networking and how to find jobs.
To find out more about National Careers Week, visit the website, and get involved on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook using #ChooseGeography and #NCW2023.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CAREERS WITH GEOGRAPHY
We are delighted to announce that the Inflexion Foundation have partnered with the Society as a new Corporate Benefactor.
We have worked with Endurance22 to produce free KS1 and KS2 teaching resources about Shackleton and Antarctica.
To mark International Geomorphology Week, we'll be showcasing research by leading UK geomorphologists, sharing educational resources, and highlighting career options in the field.
Staff at the Society are taking part in I’m a Scientist’s Human Geography Zone, connecting students to those in human geography roles through text-based chats.
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