Performing Arts students took part in a workshop today designed to help them plan for their future career with the help of a rap battle.
A representative from MyKindaCrowd visited the first-year Level 3 students as part of the Career Crowd tour to discuss their options after they finish at Nescot.
The students talked about the positives and negatives of career routes including Higher Education, Apprenticeships, starting their own business and finding a job straight from school.
They were then split into four groups, with each devising a rap based on one of the possible career paths.
Nescot has a dedicated REED NCFE Centre on-site aimed at helping students to find full and part-time jobs and apprenticeship opportunities.
Staff can help you look for job vacancies, help you put together or polish your CV, help prepare you for interviews and even support you once you start your new role.