EY PARENTASHIP

We recently hosted a first-of-its-kind, immersive careers workshop for parents and their children with some of the most experienced career experts. Here are some highlights.

2018 events

Registrations are now open for our regional Parentaship event taking place in Reading on Thursday 10th May.

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PARENTS… ARE YOU READY?

As a parent, you are the no.1 influence on your child's early career decisions. We asked over 1,600 parents to tell us how they really feel about this responsibility.

What does the nation think?

The world of work is changing and so are the routes in. How do parents keep up? Where do young people turn for careers advice? We hit the streets to find out.

Survey findings: Across the UK

Are you confident talking to your kids about today's routes into the workplace? Did you know - half of UK parents feel their lack of understanding could be limiting their child's future.

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Survey findings: In your region

What do children in your area most want to be? Would parents rather leave the careers advice to the experts? Or is there no conversation because university is a given? Find out if you feel the same as other parents in your area.

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CluelessMum

Hear from Lucy Dunn, Deputy Editor of The Pool and her son Callum, as they explore the world of work together.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

We've brought together experts to sort fact from fiction so that you can advise your child with confidence.

Apprenticeship, university… or both?

Apprenticeship or university is now a real choice now facing young people who want a career in business. How should they decide?

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What kind of careers advisor are you?

When it comes to careers advice, as parents we all have our own way. Find out if you’re The Driver, The Cheerleader, The Manager or The Launchpad.

FIND YOUR STYLE

Giving careers advice: Tips from the pros

Parents worry about the right careers advice to give their teenager. Specialist careers coach Louise Rochford gives her pro tips.

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Why are apprenticeships on the rise?

An apprenticeship is increasingly seen as a real alternative to university, with the opportunity to earn whilst learning.

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Six ways teens can start a career in business

For young people seeking a career in business, options other than university might open doors to richer experiences. Jack Flanagan looks at six ways in.

EXPLORE THE OPTIONS

Why prepare for jobs that don’t exist?

The future of work looks set to be made up of jobs that don’t yet exist. How can parents prepare their kids for unknown future jobs?

LEARN HOW

MAKING SENSE OF TODAY'S OPPORTUNITIES

Lots of options. Big decisions. How do you find your way through it all? Take reassurance and inspiration from some people who've been there and done it.

Parents

In these six blogs, parents share how they've helped their teenagers into the world of work, from desires and fears to lessons learned.

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Apprentices

EY Apprentices share their experiences about taking the leap from school to work and what it’s like working at EY.

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UNIQUE EVENTS

We’ve been having some exciting conversations with parents, teenagers, experts and celebrities about the future shape of careers advice.

EY Parentaship

We recently hosted a first-of-its-kind, immersive careers workshop to explore what careers advice could really look like. A unique experience for 10 parent child duos to get tailored support from some of the most experienced names in careers. Find out more about upcoming events.

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Past event: Parental Advice Panel Discussion

An interactive panel event, with industry experts, well known faces, parents and teachers, where we debated careers advice today and what needs to change.

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OUR APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMMES

There's an EY programme for every ambitious school leaver who wants to get into the world of business straight away. With these alternatives to university, you can go just as far, and faster.

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