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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Sir Peter Mansfield - Lifetime Achievement Award, 2009 PETER Mansfield told his careers officer he wanted to do something with science.
After leaving school, her dream was to become a police officer but she was gutted when her careers officer told her she wouldn't meet the height restrictions so she became an embroiderer/ machinist in a local factory.
Leaving school at 16, and just about able to read and write, Bert's careers officer described him as unemployable.
For most of his working life he was a careers officer. He then started his own business assisting schools to win awards and grants.
Dougray Scott has revealed how a school careers officer and a drama teacher told him he'd never be an actor.
WAS Kylie Jenner off school on the day the careers officer visited?
Just call into the Gorseinon or Tycoch campus to see a careers officer or student adviser for personal, first-hand advice.
The laptop belonged to a junior Royal Navy careers officer in Birmingham.
A petrol bomb wrecked the Army Careers Officer (pictured) in a late-night attack on February 2, 1972.
``When I left university unemployment nationally was high, and I decided to train as a careers officer so I could work with vulnerable young people and long term unemployed, '' said Helen, who has since gained an MA in management from London East University.
I can only remember one careers officer visiting my school.