Staff from computing giant Hewlett Packard to pass on careers tips to students
STAFF from IT firm Hewlett Packard are set to visit a college to give students careers advice.
They will visit South Gloucestershire and Stroud College as part of National Careers Week, which runs until Friday.
On Thursday, Hewlett Packard employees will talk to students about planning their career path, what attitudes and actions they need to take, what employability skills they need to have, and being prepared for changes in their career goals.
The computing giant has its second largest research base in Stoke Gifford, which is amongst the top premier corporate research labs in Europe.
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The company want to make more links with local students to encourage them to think about what they need to do to prepare themselves for the world of work, and to make them aware of what sorts of skills Hewlett Packard are looking for in their employees.
Kate Kitchen, a careers adviser at the college, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for learners to hear from a large, reputable local employer about what they need to do to plan their career path.”