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Make Your Mark

MAKE YOUR MARK

MONDAY FRIDAY 17th 21st November 05.00 - 06.00 BBC2
MONDAY FRIDAY 24th 28th November 05.00 - 06.00 BBC2 (Repeat)

Make Your Mark is a series looking at the options open to young people leaving school. Do you want to study more, go to work or try vocational qualifications? What is volunteering about and whats in it for you? The series offers a guide to whats on offer, giving advice about how to control your money, your job and your future. It explores how to make the most of what Europe has to offer and get the latest hot tips about how to make your way up the career ladder.

Make Your Mark
Mondays 17th and 24th November

NVQ? GNVQ? AVCEs? BTech? What options are open to young people looking for vocational training? A look at all the choices and a comprehensive guide to anyone planning their future.

Make Your Mark: In Europe
Tuesdays 18th and 25th November

How to make the most from the opportunities and benefits of working or volunteering abroad.

Make Your Mark: Snakes and Ladders
Wednesdays 19th and 26th November

Need help getting up the ladder? Tips and advice on everything you could ever want to know about staying in control of your job and your life.

Make Your Mark: Lifeschool
Thursdays 20th and 27th November

Two programmes made by young people for young people which take a look at the realities of life after school.

Make Your Mark: Your Job, Your Choice
Fridays 21st and 28th November

Stepping into the workplace? A programme made by young people themselves about what it means to leave a school and work for the first time - plus three young people give us an idea of what its really like to work as a Marketing Assistant, an Events Organiser and a Telephone Engineer


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For more information about the programmes log onto:
www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone

For more information about this or forthcoming series contact:
Carmel Perry, Specialist Factual Unit, BBC Factual and Learning
Room 2234 White City, 201 Wood Lane London W12 7TS
020-8752-6217 carmel.perry@bbc.co.uk
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