Haringey Police and Community Boxing Club are inviting over 2,000 young people from Secondary Schools and Colleges from all London Boroughs.
The Youth and Public Services Day takes place on Thursday 16 June 2016 at The Great Hall, Alexandra Palace, London, N22 7AY.
There will be an opportunity to meet and discuss opportunities that are available academically, culturally, socially and career-wise, in a safe environment, with
organisations from the private, public and voluntary sector, as well as people with a history of achievement in their chosen field of work. There will be information stands by the Metropolitan Police Service, the other Emergency Services and the Armed Forces, staffed by personnel to offer advice on career opportunities together with voluntary and private sector to offer careers advice.
Additionally, there will be staff from Premiership Football clubs including Tottenham Hotspur and from the world of rugby union - Saracens RFC Foundation giving young people advice and guidance on career and job opportunities within professional football and rugby. Within the arena there will be a number of attractions, stands and displays from an array of groups and of course there will be some junior boxing.
The day will open at 10.30am with a welcome from a senior-ranking Metropolitan Police officer at 11.00am. A free lunch will be provided for the young people attending with the day planned to end at 2.30pm. In addition to students/pupils from your learning establishment, I extend the invitation to any members of staff that may be accompanying them to the event, I am confident that you’re young people will find it a learning and entertaining experience.
In addition to students/pupils accompanying members of staff that may be accompanying the young people are also invited.