Every young person deserves careers education to inspire and give them the tools they need for their best next steps.


We work with employers, schools, and colleges to raise students’ aspirations and prepare them for the fast-changing world of work. We link education and employment to help schools and colleges deliver high-quality careers education that meets the needs of every student.


Discover more about our work and resources. Find out how you can get involved today.

Employers and Volunteers

The employers and volunteers we partner with are key to everything we offer educators and young people.

Schools and Colleges

We work with 55 mainstream schools and colleges, 3 alternative provision centres (APCs) and 14 special schools and colleges.

Why work with us?


Working with the West Sussex, Brighton and Hove Careers Hub is an educational and rewarding experience.

For the past three years, I have volunteered as an Enterprise Advisor with my local school. I get involved in the school’s Careers Fair, Mock Interviews days and Work Experience initiatives, using my professional network to bring in other volunteers. I really enjoy using my business skills to help the team devise alternative ways to strategically drive the careers plan to guide students at they prepare for the future.

Duncan Toms

Enterprise Advisor and General Manager, The Green House Sussex

Working as an Enterprise Adviser with a local school has been a great experience. As well as being able to share experiences about the world of work with careers teams in schools, it’s a good way of understanding how to engage with schools to create a talent pipeline for my own business.

David Allison

Enterprise Advisor and CEO, GetMyFirstJob

As a Cornerstone Employer we welcomed seven teachers from the Brighton, Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC) as part of ‘Teacher Encounters’. During two airport visits, 20 Gatwick colleagues introduced the teachers to their roles, teams and working environments. We then joined an Inset Day where teachers shared their insights with colleagues to inform curriculum content in subject areas to improve students’ knowledge of real-world working environments and develop their employability skills. As employers the programme is valuable to maximise our reach to learners and keep up to date with current teaching practices and student experience.

Jacqueline Cave

Skills and Education Specialist, Gatwick Airport