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The Slough Aspire Careers Event offers an excellent opportunity for local schools, young people and their parents to hear first-hand about the many career paths open to them. It provides a vast pool of ideas, information and advice from local employers, training and education providers and specialist advisers. The event is hugely important for the young people of Slough. It raises awareness of career opportunities and promotes the employability skills that employers and the local economy need to achieve growth. 
This years event took place on Wednesday 5th & Thursday 6th February 2020 at Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy and we welcomed over 2,000 students over the 2 days, this vital event for young people in Slough is now in its 7th year and has gone from strength to strength with all 16 local secondary schools attending this year. 
Over 70 business and educational exhibitors took part including SEGRO Plc, GlaxoSmithKline, Mars Wrigley, NHS, British Airways, Morgan Sindall, Resource Productions, Heathrow Windsor Marriott and UCB.  
Fiona Jones, Chief Executive of Slough Aspire CIC who have been the headline sponsor of the event since 2013 said; “Guaranteeing young people in Slough are able to access careers advice direct from employers is essential to their future success and we’re delighted to be supporting this fantastic event again this year. Bringing pupils teachers, parents, and employers together at this event ensures that the young people of Slough can develop the skills needed by business now and in the future; assuring the Town’s reputation as a powerhouse of economic growth and productivity. 
Tan Dhesi – MP for Slough 
“Working with our young people to help them make the right GCSE choices is key for every individual; for students, parents, teachers, businesses and the community. This event is a powerful way to guide 13-14yr olds and enhance their future potential. Slough schools already produce some of the best results in the country and by helping set them up for the world of work we are ensuring bright futures for our students with local and global businesses. Inspiring our young talent becomes everyone’s responsibility and this initiative brings together both businesses and the public sector with a shared interest. Our young people are the future of our town and we want to give them every opportunity to be guided to take advantage of the wonderful opportunities we have.” 
Josie Wragg – Chief Executive of Slough Borough Council 
“The Slough Aspire Careers Event is one of the highlights of the Learning to Work calendar. We are particularly thrilled to be hosting the parents’ session following the remarkable success of our recent Slough Parents Apprenticeship Event. There is a real appetite from parents for local Labour Market Information to inform the conversations they are having with their children about careers.” 
Rachael Burt – CEO, Learning to Work 
Learning to Work continue to forge links with businesses to help students reach their full potential and hope to educate them and lead them into careers which match their skillsets. 
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