Jobs for Future

Target group: Pupils in Years 7 to 9 (ages 12–15) and in secondary schools

Offer: online learning platform with learning module, teaching materials and background knowledge

Would you like to link education for sustainable development (ESD) with career choices in your lessons? The career perspective gives young people a new personal connection with sustainability topics. They can discover new careers through an environmental perspective. Use the online platform and additional didactic materials. 

What does this programme achieve?

Young people discover opportunities to make an impact within the workplace. This gives them a new perspective on choosing a career, but also on their own potential to help shape a sustainable world.

Specific benefits

Learning environment that can be explored independently

Fully prepared teaching unit

Didactic support for linking sustainability topics and career choices

Systematic approach to the links between careers and sustainability

Jobs for Future aims to show young people their potential impact on sustainable development in various occupational fields. This new perspective can increase young people’s motivation for the process of choosing a career. It presents them with new options to take action in their dream job and broadens their view of professions that they may have yet to discover. On the Jobs for Future platform, you will find a learning environment with supporting teaching materials for exploring precisely this perspective. The offer is free of charge and suitable for pupils in Years 7 to 9 (ages 12–15) and in secondary schools. 

With Jobs for Future, myclimate also shows lower-achieving pupils where and how they can actively support sustainability in their professional lives. Highly recommended. 

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