Come join us for our Flagship event held in the prestigious Nuffield Hall, at the famous London Business School, London.
This event, provides an opportunity for 13-18 year olds to find out about career paths from top young professionals in an informal setting. Now in its 10th year, this event is not to be missed!
Approximately 20 different industries will be represented
Students can have 1 to 1 chats with young professionals and meet other students in similar positions
Informal setting to ask any questions you want about Uni choices, gap years, and career paths
It’s FREE for current WOHAA participants and WOHAA Alumni ( 2018 onwards).
Non WOHAA participants from Schools can join for a small fee of £10.00 per person
Still with us? Good. The event is set up so students have around 15 minutes on each industry table, before moving on to the next one. Come prepared with questions you may want to ask, we want you to have an honest conversation with our mentors, about whatever you want. There’s no pressure – the event is yours to use as you see fit, but bear in mind these opportunities do not come often, and we advise you to take full advantage of it.
We have a wide array of mentors coming from the industries below, with more being confirmed:
Accountancy, Finance, Law, Medicine/Health, PR/Events, Entrepreneurship/Business/Startup, Languages, Oxbridge, Economics, Politics, Engineering, Technology, Music and Drama, Journalism and Writing, Design and Fashion, Health and Fitness, Travel, and International Study.
No entry without pre-registration online. No tickets at the door.
What do I need?
Notepad and pen for taking notes, drink and snack if required
Does my whole team need to attend?
No, this is a chance for you to network and learn from different experiences of those in a range of industries
Can my parent/guardian come?
Due to a limited spaces, we ask that you travel on your own or with your team members/teachers
This workshop is delivered by a volunteer for the charity and they are not held responsible for any decisions that any student, parent, guardian, or teacher takes as a consequence for the information given in it.
The advice is strictly that of the individual providing it and is not related or representative of the institutions they have worked at, studied, or been associated with.
The advice is strictly confidential and any personal information should not be miscommunicated or misrepresented in any format, anywhere, (please note that this includes but is not limited to verbal communication, written communication, and social media platforms)