We have a series of career profiles showcasing the diversity of careers to which studying geography can lead. They are part of our work to encourage pupils to study geography at GCSE and A Level.
We are keen to receive a range of perspectives from across different sectors, job roles and grades so that pupils can learn about the skills and experiences needed in different areas.
If you are in a geographical job or have a geographical background and would like to provide details and advice about your role, please answer the questions listed in the attached document. Please return your answers (either via the Word document or in an email) to the Communications Officer, Amy Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accreditation demonstrates your development from a graduate to an established professional
Your success in your study or current employment lays the foundation for future growth and progression.
Work experience is an excellent way to find out what careers you are interested in and improve your employment prospects by gaining experience and demonstrating commitment to a career.
Networking is how you develop professional relationships, where you can help others and receive assistance yourself to meet individual or organisational goals.
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