A bursary scheme aimed at encouraging people to train as secondary school teachers in certain science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) subjects is to be extended.
Skills Development Scotland
An annual recruitment event run by Aberdeen City Council has been cancelled.
A north-east school is taking part in a pilot scheme designed to introduce cyber security into the classroom.
Aberdeen University said there are 15 places on its upcoming BEng civil engineering degree, which starts in September.
An Aberdeen university has announced a new round of graduate apprenticeships.
In Aberdeen, the council said there had been a “noticeable improvement in S4 pupils attaining five or more awards (A-C) at National 5”.
Residents have been urged to take advantage of a newly refurbished careers centre in the north-east.
As one of the biggest employers in the country NHS Grampian is once again helping north-east school pupils gain “frontline” experience as part of an innovative teaching programme.
An ambitious schoolgirl has opted to jump start her career prospects by taking up a Foundation Apprenticeship.
One of Aberdeen’s most progressive energy companies is encouraging more youngsters into the industry.
Businesses are being invited to promote their vacancies for free at a leading recruitment event.
Dozens of charities and support services are to meet in Aberdeen today to swap tips on how to work effectively.
Aberdeen will feel the effects of the oil sector downturn for years to come, with another 5,500 energy sector jobs expected to be lost by 2027, a new report says.