Celebrate National Careers Week 2022 by raising awareness of the ‘Yojo’ App to young people

This week is National Careers Week (7th-13th March) which celebrates careers guidance for young people leaving education and moving on to employment.

To mark the week, the Children and Young People’s Engagement Hub Team at Suffolk County Council, would like school staff to help promoteall the great features that the new Yojo Careers and Apprenticeships App can offer their students.

Yojo is aimed at young people aged 14-25 and has been designed by young people for young people. It offers lots of useful features that puts the world of work in young people’s pockets. From personalised career suggestions, and live apprenticeship and traineeship vacancies, to creating a CV, and improving their employability skills with an interview questions quiz, take a look at the Yojo promo videos for how the Yojo app can support young people in Suffolk.

Yojo App campaign promo video – What is the right career for me?

Yojo App campaign promo video – I know what I want to be, but what do I need?

For further information and to download the yojo app go to: www.yojoapp.co.uk Or the Appstore and Google Playstore

The following resources are available to share with young people and staff who work with them:

Yojo app walkthrough – YouTube video for professionals

Follow us on: Instagram: Yojo App (@yojoapp) • Instagram photos and videos and  Facebook: Yojo App | Facebook

New CV Builder Tool on The Source Website

In partnership with the yojo app re-development, the well-loved CV builder tool on The Source website for young people, has been updated with a fresh look!
Young people are now able to create, edit and save their CV on both platforms – either through the yojo app or via The Source website using the same login.

Go to: www.thesource.me.uk/cvbuilder