Whatever the results; Personal Advisers are on hand to help young people make the best choices for them. Whether exam results are better or worse than expected, or to help review previous plans because of how different things have been this year, there will be a variety of options to explore.
Information, advice and guidance is available in schools and at Access Points across Hertfordshire, which are now open for face-to-face support. Young people can also speak to a Personal Adviser on the phone. Please make an appointment with your local team (contact details below).
Young people can also register for jobs, apprenticeships, traineeships to get job alerts in selected occupational categories via text or email. They will receive job details, including how to apply, get access to an online CV builder and further support from the team. Young people can call them on 01438 844766 or text them on 07860 022898. They can be followed on twitter @hertsjobs16to19.
The Deputy Leader of Hertfordshire County Council and Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Families Cllr Teresa Heritage said:
"I would like to wish all of Hertfordshire’s students awaiting exam results the very best of luck. Getting your results marks the start of a new chapter in your life. There has been a lot of uncertainty this year but, whatever your concerns, you can count on YC Hertfordshire Services for Young People to have the latest information and expertise to guide you through all the options available to you. Whatever you decide, on behalf of the County Council, I wish you all the very best for the future."