Opps Fair asks industry professionals and role models to talk to and show your children about the exciting career opportunities in and around Portsmouth. Opps Fair is at Guildhall Portsmouth on Saturday 18th October 2014 from 10am until 3pm.

What is the Opps Fair

Now in its fourth year, the Opps Fair is aimed at raising the aspirations and expectations of young people by getting them excited about living and working in the City. We invite thousands of children to come along with their friends and family to join in some interactive sessions and workshops whilst learning about different pathways into careers and get practical advice.

Major Employers

Opps Fair showcases many innovative industry opportunities for children.

A fun day out

Have some fun with hands on demonstrations and interactive stands.

Information for Parents

Plenty of information is available for parents at the event to takeaway.

The Opps Fair in 3 minutes

See how much fun everyone had at last year's event.

Come along to this year's event - Guildhall Portsmouth, Saturday 18th October 2014

Latest news from Opps Fair

Big Prizes to be won!

Come along, have fun at the event and then complete a feedback form to be entered in the grand Prize Draw.  Local organisations have very kindly donated prizes, big and small. FREE SANDWICH ROLL TO THE FIRST 500 VISITORS – courtesy of Southern Co-operative IPAD MINI – courtesy of Portsmouth Grammar School KINDLE FIRE HD…

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FREE FOOD FOR THE FIRST 500 VISITORS

Southern Co-operative have kindly agreed to donate free filled rolls to the first 500 visitors who come through the doors of the Guildhall for the Opportunities Fair.  Collect your Voucher from the friendly Meeters and Greeters on arrival  

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Randstad Disability Advice

Come and talk to Amanda Kiff of Randstad who will be there 10-12.30 to give advice around helping people with disabilities and impairments find work or understand what assistance is available to them at working age. They will have lots of flyers giving advice to students and parents.

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