Creative design agency think3 have developed a careers advisory portal for a Derby based organisation, AlphasCareers.com, that is designed to provide every young person in the UK aged 12-18 with an independent careers advisory service.
The bespoke built portal shows off the skills from the think3 team as well as providing every young person in the UK with access to a free service supporting them in identifying their career options and how they can achieve their individual aspirations supporting them to create their very own CV. AlphasCareers is endorsed and supported by Derby based Richard Gerver, the award-winning speaker, best-selling author and world-renowned thinker.
Grant Thompson, partner at Think3, said ‘many young people are not fully aware of the options available to them beyond full time education. Our own experiences show that there are many different routes into employment whether that be through college courses, apprenticeships or university. When AlphasCareers approached us to work with them we immediately understood their plans and wanted to be involved in developing a product that could benefit so many people. Our objective was to create a brand that would talk to young people and support them with a bespoke built online portal that aims to provide them information they may not currently get either from their school or even from their parents. It has been a complex project to date, but we are pleased that the first stage of development has launched and is beginning to have impact with the target market.’
Patrick Tucker, Director of AlphasCareers said, we approached think3 to work with us on our project as they were enthusiastic and understood not only the creative requirements of what we wanted to achieve but were also able to contribute to the development of the site more than any other partner we could have selected. They have delivered us with exactly what we were looking for and we are happy to have supported in them in return recruiting their first apprentice who has used our service.
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