The call for more sustainable living and working has only gotten louder over the past few months, and with the climate negotiations at COP26 around the corner, Geography-related subjects have never been more relevant. While jobs that work on the environment and sustainability are obvious pathways, you may be surprised how many doors Geography-related subject can open. Kicking off the GA’s series on careers, we’ve teamed up with neaco Take Your Place to give an overview of the different university and non-university pathways you can take after school. Hear from undergraduate students, apprentices and employers.
Kit Rackley is Higher Education Champion for Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (NEACO), a geographer, educator, writer and podcaster.
Tue, 12th October 2021, 16:00
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