Resources > Employment
Here you’ll find handy information about a variety of subjects that we touch on in our Meee Programme workshops.
There are articles covering each of our Education, Employment and Enterprise strands, and useful tips about a whole range of subtopics, from mental health to help with decision-making. Finally, if you’d like to read more about a specific topic, check out our book and video recommendations and reviews.
Attractions in Wales30/03/18
A huge and Happy Easter from all at Meee! We know that with the Easter holidays and long bank holiday weekend it can be hard to find cheap and fun activities to do with the family. With that in mind, we have compiled a list of our 4 favourite attractions this spring! Take a look and let us know about anything we missed off.
Top Exam Revision Tips22/03/18
As we approach the Easter holidays, thousands of students in the UK prepare for their upcoming exams. Use these two weeks to really knuckle down on your revision and get the most out of your study time. Don't panic! There is still time to get in some much needed studying with exams just around the corner.
International Day of Happiness20/03/18
Today marks the International Day of Happiness. Today is all about inspiring others to share happiness with everyone, creating a happier world for us all to live in. We had a look into some research and collected some helpful ideas about optimising your own happiness, every day.
Lets Be Grateful13/03/18
For those of you who have attended one of our programmes, you will know we are all about expressing gratitude. One of our favourite activities is writing a grateful list every night to help put everything into perspective because when we are grateful, we feel good.
Finding A Purpose07/03/18
During a period of unemployment we all know that struggling to find motivation is a huge issue. Studies show however, having this period of change in your life might actually change you for the better. Perhaps this is the push we need to move in the right direction. Being made redundant can actually give us that drive to go out and find what we are really passionate about, what really makes us energised. When aiming to find a purpose in life, ask yourself the question, what drives me?
What happens after school?25/01/18
We know that it can be really tricky to come up with a plan after high school. UK guidelines now state that after the age of 16 you must either stay in full-time education, for example, college or a sixth form or start an apprenticeship or traineeship. But the question is, which should you choose?