For Schools & Colleges

Here are some useful free resources about education providers and employers working together to help young people.

Activity Checklist for Schools & Colleges

We have put together a checklist for you to make planning an Inspiring the Future activity at your school as simple as possible. This is split into two sections In Advance and On the  Day.

Easy steps guides to hosting Inspiring the Future activities

These practical easy steps guides give advice and tips on hosting Inspiring the Future and Inspiring Women activities in your school.

Easy Steps to Subject Talks with Inspiring the Future

Easy Steps to Career Insight Talks with Inspiring the Future 

Easy Steps to Getting Resume Help with Inspiring the Future

Easy steps to Mock Interviews for jobs or going to university with Inspiring the Future

Easy steps to running a Primary Futures 'What's my Line" activity

Easy Steps to running an Exchanging Expectations activity

How to run your ‘Career Speed Networking’ activity

This short guide gives teachers step by step advice and ideas on how to plan and run a career speed networking session.

Please download the guide.

Download our example questions for pupils


For Employers and Volunteers

‘Top tips for volunteers’  registering with Inspiring the Future. Read this one-pager to ensure that you get the maximum number of invitations from schools and colleges.

Primary Futures volunteer guidance and advice

Top tips and guidance for Primary Futures volunteers visiting local primary schools.

Mock Interviews & CV Workshops     

Inspiring the Future Australia offers Mock Interviews and CV Workshops with pupils in schools and colleges as an option for all volunteers.

Meet two human resource professionals giving their tips and advice on these options.

Tips for delivering an Inspiring the Future workshop

Neil Morrison, Group HR Director at Random House:


Why should you volunteer via Inspiring the Future?

Alan MacKinnon, Director for Talent Acquisition, EMEA & APAC, at IHS