Worktree’s ‘wonderful’ World of Work card game innovation cited in Parliament
Lord Story said:
“When I was a primary school teacher, we invited parents from a whole range of professions to come and talk to the children. We used a carousel or speed-dating system, and, suddenly, the children’s perception of the world of work changed. We are not allowed to show things in the Chamber, and quite rightly so, but a wonderful careers game has been developed by a not-for-profit company in Milton Keynes. Do noble Lords know the game of Top Trumps? Well, this version is on careers. Children can look at every career and at how much you earn, what training is needed and how you go about the job. You can see primary school children in the playground playing Top Trumps Jobs—it really works.
It’s a really engaging way to support schools in the local community – Catherine Suter, Volkswagen Group UK Ltd
Catherine Suter, Aftersales Loyalty Manager of Volkswagen Group UK Ltd has taken part in a number of Virtual Career WorkOut sessions. Read on to find out why Catherine volunteers with Worktree. "When I was at school, I never imagined that I would be working in...
Sonya Byers, CEO of Women in Transport, recently volunteered in a Virtual Career WorkOut session with Year 8 students from St. Paul’s RC School. “It was suggested to me by another volunteer, Gary Lincoln of TXM Group, who is very passionate about Worktree,” she...
If you are considering volunteering 40 mins of your time to a virtual Career WorkOut session, just go for it! – Kaseya Chisala, Network Rail
Kaseya Chisala has been a Graduate Project Manager for Network Rail since September 2021 and before that studied Chemical Engineering at university. Kaseya took part in her first virtual Career WorkOut session with Year 7 students at St Paul's School. Read on to...