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Youth Hub Plymouth is on hand to help those receiving exam results

Students from across Plymouth will be receiving their A-Level and AS Level results today, GCSE pupils will receive their results the following week on Thursday 25 August.

For those uncertain about their choices and the next steps, the Youth Hub, part of Skills Launchpad Plymouth, is open to support young people, their parents and carers with impartial information, advice and guidance covering skills, training, education, careers and jobs.

To access this free help, people can browse online resources and/ or sign-up for 1:1 support here.

Throughout August and September, the Youth Hub is also offering summer drop-in sessions every Wednesday and Thursday from 12pm to 3pm, on the first floor of Barclays Bank in Plymouth city centre, no appointments are necessary.

Alternatively, local people can drop into the Skills Launchpad Plymouth community roadshow events happening at Market Hall in Devonport on 24 August and at YMCA Plymouth in Honicknowle on 31 August.

Councillor Charlotte Carlyle, Cabinet member for Education, Skills and Children and Young People said:

“This is an exciting time for many of our young people, but we appreciate that it can also be an unsettling and anxious time. Understandably, the results they receive can cause some anxiety or confusion over the next steps. With exam results being unveiled over the next fortnight, the Youth Hub is a safe space where young people can drop in to receive advice and support that is right for them.

“Working in city-wide partnership, this service ensures that it brings all the opportunities together including careers advice, current apprenticeship and employment opportunities, better understanding of further study including further and higher education, training options, as well as pre-employability support such as CV writing.”

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