Introducing the fundamental world of Finance
- Posted by Fearghal Quinn
- Posted in Careers Blog
Duration: 1 Day – 8th July 2021
Application Closing Date: 28th June 2021
Have you ever wondered how finance works? How do you actually buy a house or raise money to build a business?
This interactive programme will connect you with Bespoke Financial, a new and growing Finance firm built on human relationships and innovative entrepreneurship.
You will take part in practical and thought-provoking tasks to help you understand finance and entrepreneurship. From building equity to insuring and funding you will go through it all! This programme provides an insight into the industry, live and interactive sessions and immersive practical tasks.
While each session is sector-focussed, our one-day insight virtual placements offer insightful interactions and an overview of industries in our region. This structured and finance-led initiative is delivered entirely live and online, helping you to explore the world of work directly from the classroom. There’s a focus on discovering sectors and raising aspirations, with an emphasis on the varied roles in each industry.
Covering a range of different sectors including Business, Media, Law, Finance, Engineering, Maritime and Automotive, High Tide offers real-life insight into industries across the Tees Valley. Since 2012, our programmes have provided unique and life-enriching experiences that help young people engage with employers, increase understanding and improve skills.
Placement is 10am-3pm
Speakers for Schools Experience Programme have a large selection of virtual work experience currently available. Many of these are with UK companies and pupils from NI are eligible to apply.
Pupils must first register at https://www.s4snextgen.org/ to avail of these opportunities.
Please note that all applications are not guaranteed to be successful due to the large number of applicants for each experience.
*Please note that pupils should not apply to this or any other virtual work experience unless they are fully committed to attending