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Exeter Library

The National Careers Service in the Southwest has taken a unique approach to bring careers guidance directly to the community.

A dedicated careers adviser, Sandy, has become a familiar face at the Exeter Library, offering valuable advice and support to individuals at various stages of their career journey. Whether you’re seeking your first job, contemplating a career change, or aiming to enhance your CV through online training courses, the National Careers Service is here to assist.

Exeter Library serves as a hub for community engagement and knowledge.

The library is not merely a space for books but a vibrant centre offering a multitude of resources and activities. Sandy herself emphasises the value of the Exeter Library as a community space, stating,The facilities are brilliant with the tech lab and drop-in IT support, reading groups, children’s activities, and more.” This multifaceted environment enhances the overall experience for visitors, making the library not just a place for quiet study but a dynamic centre catering to a diverse range of needs.

Sandy, the dedicated National Careers Service adviser

Is stationed at Exeter Library, brings a wealth of expertise and a warm, approachable demeanour to her role. Her presence in the community has not only made career guidance more accessible but has also created a welcoming atmosphere for individuals seeking assistance. Sandy understands the unique dynamics of the local job market and offers insights tailored to the Exeter community.

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National Careers Service in the Southwest lies in its commitment to assisting individuals at various points in their careers. Whether you’re a recent graduate entering the job market for the first time, someone contemplating a career switch, or an experienced professional aiming to boost your skill set, the service tailors its guidance to meet your specific needs.

If you find yourself in Exeter

If you are eager to explore career guidance opportunities, seeking Sandy’s advice at Exeter Library is a straightforward process. Keep an eye out for scheduled sessions to connect with Sandy. The laid-back atmosphere of the library makes it an ideal setting for open conversations about your career goals and aspirations. Exeter Library is proud to partner with the National Careers Service in providing a valuable community space for individuals seeking career guidance and support.

The library’s Centre Manager, Callum Archer,

Expresses enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “Exeter Library is more than just books; we strive to offer a variety of essential services to our community. By hosting the National Careers Service drop-in clinics, we’re able to see our visitors connect with expert career advice, helping them build brighter futures. The feedback from attendees has been overwhelmingly positive, and we’re delighted to contribute to their success.”

In addition to the careers service,

Exeter Library offers a range of resources and activities, such as free IT support, business support and resources, and children’s activities, further enhancing its commitment to serving the diverse needs of the community.

If you would like more information on how we can support, just give us a call on 0800 100 900 or visit our website at


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