Intern Avenue @ Skills London

Skills London 2014

Friday, 21 November 2014 – 9:30am to Saturday, 22 November 2014 – 4:00pm

10750485_840533022635704_1152600555595693501_oSkills London, the capital’s biggest free jobs and careers event for young people returned back to ExCel London on 21-22 November. From all different backgrounds and areas; 15-24 year olds, parents and teachers joined the event to come and find everything needed to know about Apprenticeships, Traineeships, internships, jobs, courses, careers advice and more. This gave visitors the chance to meet the National Apprenticeship Service and National Careers Service to talk to people about jobs. It was a great prospect to get advice on training and job opportunities along with hands on demo’s and stage performances. We’ve all had a very lively and enlightening weekend and want to share intern avenues exciting experience at Skills London event with you!


Our team got talking to a numerous of people, and it was great to see determined young individuals eager for success in internships and graduate jobs. Energy levels were high and it seems like there’s no stopping you young lot in finding yourself a worthy occupation! As Intern Avenue, we wanted to show people how easy it actually is in taking that extra step forward with our help, wonderfully we was able to share our knowledge in being a community site and encouraged students and graduates to explore our wide range of job opportunities which we have to offer. It was clear to see there was a variety of interests in all types of different sectors ranging from media to finance, and I’m pleased to say it was an easy match with the candidates in finding them a suited job role with our collection of amazing clients!


Talking of clients, we met plenty more employers at Skills London where it was fantastic to mingle with other businesses and find more out about them as well as telling them a bit more about us and what we have to offer both employees and students and graduates. Likewise we spoke with employers from educational sectors inducing universities such as the University of Greenwichh who seemed very engrossed in our platform.


It was great to see so many smiley faces at the event, and to capture all these cheerful moments- Intern Avenue had hired our very own professional photographer. We had lots of people signing up to our site and having their professional head-shots and group photographs taken which are now published to our Facebook page. Overall the two day Skills London event at ExCel was very successful and it was an incredible opportunity for people to to meet and make relations, finding out the information they were looking for to help them progress in their future.10321597_840532769302396_6988481860081764440_o (1)


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