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We ask users about their interests and qualifications. And we ask our partner universities, firms and not-for-profits to categorise each of their opportunities correspondingly. We then find relevant opportunities for users, notifying them by email, on an on-going basis.

There is no charge for students, teachers or parents to use our site. accessprofessions.com is a registered charity. Find out more and sign up
You are bright and have a lot of potential. And there are thousands of amazing opportunities out there to help you fulfil that potential.

By spending 10 minutes now telling us what you're interested in, we'll be able to email you relevant activities such as work placements, mentoring schemes, podcasts, summer schools, etc. You'll never miss a trick again. Find out more and sign up
There are thousands of outstanding opportunities from universities, businesses and not-for-profits designed specifically for bright young children like yours. These include insight events, lectures, work placements, mentoring schemes, podcasts and summer schools. All of these and more are right here on accessprofessions.com. Make sure your child never misses out by registering on their behalf today. Find out more and sign up
This is what accessprofessions.com does. We only admit high-quality opportunities and organisations to our site. We offer a user-friendly interface for teachers to browse opportunities, from mentoring schemes to internships and podcasts. Furthermore, when students register, they will have relevant opportunities sent automatically and directly to them, saving you the work. Find out more and sign up
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"accessprofessions.com is a great online initiative which harnesses the huge range of opportunities provided by universities, businesses, charities and other organisations all over the country."

Alan Milburn
Chairman, Panel on Fair Access to the Professions and Coalition Government's Social Mobility Advisor