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The Hull and East Yorkshire Careers Hub is part of the Government’s Careers Strategy implemented nationally to support secondary schools and colleges in implementing a ‘world class’ standard of careers guidance.  The HEY LEP Careers Hub builds on the successes of the Humber Careers Hub previously.  The change came about as a result of new LEP geography in April 2021.

The Careers & Enterprise Company (CEC) was established by Government in 2014 and working in partnership with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), across England, set up Careers Hubs to build and co-fund a national network of Enterprise Coordinators to improve careers education and help prepare young people for the world of work.

The Hull and East Yorkshire Careers Hub is currently engaged with 36 schools and colleges and have over 40 Enterprise Advisers, representing a range of sectors volunteering to support these schools and colleges. We operate in partnership with both Hull City Council and The East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the Humber Outreach Partnership and a number of other committed stakeholders.

The Hull and East Yorkshire Careers Hub team comprises of one Careers Hub Lead and two Enterprise Coordinators who are trained to work with school and college leadership teams to build careers and employer engagement plans. In addition, each school and college is supported by an Enterprise Adviser – a senior volunteer from business – who helps to develop a strategic careers plan and unlock relationships with other local businesses.

The Careers Hub can:

  • help businesses work with schools to improve workplace skills
  • raise awareness of businesses and labour market information with secondary schools and colleges
  • provide high quality resources to improve careers provision
  • support careers leaders in schools and colleges



The Schools and Colleges who are in the Hull and East Yorkshire Careers Hub are:

  • Archbishop Sentamu Academy
  • Aspire Academy
  • Beverley Grammar School
  • Beverley High School
  • Bishop Burton College
  • Bridlington School
  • Cottingham High School and Sixth Form College
  • Driffield School and Sixth Form
  • Goole Academy
  • Headlands School
  • Hessle High School and Penshurst Primary School
  • Holderness Academy and Sixth Form College
  • Hornsea School and Language College
  • Howden School
  • Hull College
  • Kelvin Hall School
  • Kingswood Academy
  • Longcroft School and Sixth Form College
  • Malet Lambert
  • Newland School for Girls
  • Northcott School
  • Sirius Academy North
  • Sirius Academy West
  • St Anne’s School and Sixth Form College
  • St Mary’s College, Voluntary Catholic Academy
  • TEC Partnership (East Riding College)
  • The Boulevard Academy
  • The Compass Academy
  • The Market Weighton School
  • The Marvell College
  • Wilberforce College
  • Winifred Holtby Academy
  • Withernsea High School
  • Woldgate School and Sixth Form College
  • Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College
  • Wyke Sixth Form College


HEY LEP Careers Hub Provider Access Policy
As part of our on-going work to support compliance with the Baker Clause so that all young people everywhere have access to information about every pathway available to them, we commit to this Careers Hub Provider Access  Statement; this ensures that we follow a national model to have a clear and consistent way of engaging with providers when supporting them to work with schools and colleges