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Next Steps Drop-In Careers Advice sessions delivered by Prospects

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What will happen at the Drop-In sessions? 

There are lots of ways to discover a career that suits you, gain some experience and access the right training. We are here to help you navigate these options!

If you are a young person living in Hackney, aged 11 – 19 (up to 25 if you have SEND) and are thinking and planning for your future this is a useful free opportunity. 

Talking to a specialist advisor at Prospects about your aspirations is a great way to explore your next steps. 

The team can help you to find suitable training, volunteering, work placements, apprenticeships and job opportunities.


Do I need to book an appointment? 

No appointment is needed, just drop in.


When and where are the sessions held? 

Every Wednesday and Thursday between 1-5pm 

Hackney Service Centre, 1 Hillman Street, E8 1DY. 

Behind the Town Hall on Mare Street, 


Further information to help you find work. 

If you’re looking for part-time or full-time work, an apprenticeship or placement visit the Hackney Online Youth Employment Hub website  to get support with planning your next steps, information about training, placements, volunteering, apprenticeships and jobs as well as information about benefits and support around mental health.

Record Last Updated on: 07/10/2021

Time / Date Details

Time of day

  • Afternoon

Session Information

Free drop in session - no appointment needed

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