Take a look at the latest Careers Wales news. For further information contact email@example.com. Careers Wales launches brand new website From 31 January, customers across Wales have access to Careers Wales’ brand-new website. Find out more... Powys Careers Festival back next month One of the UK’s biggest careers festivals takes place in Powys in less than a month’s time. SkillsCymru Carmarthenshire West Wales’ largest careers fair expected to attract more than 4,000 pupils, parents and jobseekers Pupils and parents invited to discover more about job trends and apprenticeships Pupils, parents and guardians are invited to an event at Village Hotel, Ewloe, on 29 January between 16:00 and 19:00, to find out more about current job trends and the variety of apprenticeship opportunities. Careers Wales holds education conference to address skills gap Careers Wales hosted its first ever education conference for educators and partners, aimed at skills proofing young people for the future. Wellbeing action day held for local Newport pupils More than 120 pupils from schools across Newport attended a Business Class wellbeing action day organised by Careers Wales, Business in the Community (BITC) and partner organisations. The Careers Wales website is changing From Monday 27 January 2020, Careers Wales will be switching the Beta site over to become the main Careers Wales website. Discover what’s new and what’s coming in future developments. Welsh employers recognised for valuable careers support for young people More than 50 Welsh companies have been recognised for their work supporting schools and young people across Wales to prepare for their future careers. Working Wales service celebrates six months! On 1 November the Working Wales service has been operating for six months. We take a look at what the service has achieved in just a short amount of time and it has helped to #changeyourstory. Careers Wales appoints new Chief Executive Careers Wales has announced the appointment of Nikki Lawrence as Chief Executive, after spending the past year in the post of Interim Chief Executive when Graham Bowd stood down last summer.