careers officer

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Careers Officer

or

careers teacher

n
(Education) a person trained in giving vocational advice, esp to school leavers
Translations

Careers Officer

, Careers Adviser
nBerufsberater(in) m(f)

careers officer

nconsulente m/f d'orientamento professionale
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Woodlands High careers teacher Lisa Purcell said the fair was arranged to give pupils chance to broaden their horizons.
When his careers teacher advised against acting, he went into accountancy for three years.
I also had the most incredible careers teacher who listened and spotted what I was good at and moved mountains to help me.
It's not what my mum or careers teacher might have mapped out for me and I never anticipated working alongside Sweeney Todd.
Luckily for me, I was initially steered down this path by a far-sighted careers teacher at the former Langbaurgh School - Miss Fraser.
I was given some really good advice by a careers teacher who suggested I try teaching.
This aroused my interest, and my careers teacher introduced me to the principal of the Liverpool College of Art printing department, who kindly gave me a guided tour.
If you had been a careers teacher looking at my school results, with English, History and French rating higher than any of the sciences, you would have been excused for being surprised at my choice of profession.
I asked to see the careers teacher and said I wanted to be an actor.
I'd never been to a rain forest,'' said Tim Klein, an Advanced Placement Environmental Science and Health Careers teacher at Palmdale High School.
During the first term of their second year (at age 13), a typical LBO class spends around an hour a week working through one of the nationally-approved textbooks under the guidance of the school careers teacher, the (school) dekaan.
A good careers teacher should know whether a pupil is best suited to follow an apprenticeship or is sufficiently academic to undertake a university career.