Careers advice surgeries are held at Burgess Hill Town Council’s Help Point, 96 Church Walk, to provide expert career advice to local people.
A surgery is held every fortnight on Wednesday from 10am - 4pm and operates on an appointment only basis.
The advice sessions for this month take place on September 14 and 28.
The National Careers Service is FREE to all adults (aged 19+) and provides information, careers and skills advice tailored to the individual.
The adviser is able to help with writing a CV and how to target it to a particular job, interview skills and help to overcome interview anxiety, job search skills including writing speculative letters, completing application forms and searching on-line web sites and help with developing confidence and self-esteem to improve job prospects.
To make an appointment to see an adviser face to face telephone 01329 559169 between 8am – 6pm 5 days a week (Monday – Friday) or contact the Help Point on 01444 247726.
For more information visit www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk