careers master

careers master

n
(Education) a male teacher who gives pupils advice and information about careers
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Ian Brown Ian admits his PDP career started "with a bit of a fluke" after his careers master at school suggested either electrician, fitter, plumber or draughtsman.
I told my careers master I didn't care what I did as long as I didn't have to wear a suit.
When I was at school, I told my careers master that I wanted to be an actor and he looked so cold and said, 'Have you thought about a career in hairdressing?
When I was at Evered High School in the 60s, I can only remember having one conversation with a careers master and he asked me about my job ambitions.
This was realised when, at the behest of Jenkins, the school's careers master agreed to Yeates having the day off as work experience.
Actor Robert Lindsay recalls how his Derbyshire careers master responded wher of Lindsay's ambitions
I remember my careers master at school asking me what I wanted to be when I left and I replied: `A racing driver.
When I left school, my careers master said there was no future in signs but they are still the most cost-effective way of advertising and I can't see them ever being superceded.
At her old school Marlborough College, careers master Jasper Selwyn and house tutor Joan Gall confirmed that Kate's first choice had been Edinburgh.