THE NEW ‘Application Station’ has opened in Bromsgrove to provide free career and education advice to people aged up to 25 years old.
The station is run by The Basement Project and is held at the charity’s Hanover Street offices.
The drop-in service will help with job applications, CVs and cover letters as well as interview and communication skills development.
They will also help with finding work experience, apprenticeships and training courses and assists students completing college and university applications.
The station will be co-ordinated by volunteer Anna Duffy every Tuesday between midday and 4pm, although you will have to pre-book an appointment to guarantee a one-to-one session.
The Basement Project CEO Jerry Robinson said: “We are always exploring new ways in which we can provide support locally.
“Whilst some young people know what career they want to pursue, many don’t.
“The Application Station has been set up to help them understand the options available and to help them make the most of their skills as they work towards financial independence as young adults.”