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Includes libraries, parks and outdoor activities, history and heritage, arts, community grants, volunteering
Includes bus passes, report a problem, disabled parking - Blue Badge, travelling around Kent, road safety
Includes jobs at Kent County Council, children's social work, adult social work, apprenticeships
Includes report abuse, adoption and fostering, caring for other people, residential care, disability, get social care help
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If you are a young person, aged 14 to 19, you need to think about your next steps. This information will help you make choices for September 2015 or if you have already completed Year 11, find opportunities starting now.
Deciding what you'd like to do next if you are a young person aged 16 or over.
Search and apply for schools, colleges and apprenticeships.
Find out where to get advice, how to decide what to do next and read the Kent Choices magazine.
Check the important dates for all the sixth forms and colleges in your area.
Information about skills and employability for professionals in schools.
Find out about student finance for 16 to 19 year olds.
Find out more about bus travel for over 16s in school, college, training or an apprenticeship.
Kent Choices Live showcases opportunities for young people thinking about their future.