Online Events

These events are open to all young people aged 16-25. For each event, volunteers from corporate partners will be joining us so you can interact directly with professionals working in these areas.  

19 MAY 2022, 4.30pm-6pm 

FinTech is a buzz word you hear often but do you know what it means? Combining Finance and technology, it refers to any business that uses technology to enhance or automate financial services and processes.

It’s a rapidly growing industry that serves both consumers and businesses from mobile banking and insurance to cryptocurrency and investment apps and much much more.

Learn what’s what in Fintech, what careers are available and how you can get a head start with advice from volunteers at FactSet.

Operating for 40 years, with more than 60 offices in 23 countries, FactSet has been providing flexible, open data and software solutions for tens of thousands of investment professionals around the world, providing instant access to financial data and analytics that investors use to make crucial decisions.

Click here to book your place.


26 MAY 2022, 4.30pm-6pm 
A DAY IN THE LIFE series with ARGO

Being led by volunteers from the leading Insurance firm Argo Global, find out about what careers are available in a well paid, secure but often undersubscribed industry. Find out how you can use transferable skills to start a promising career in the industry.

You’ll also have the chance to ask them any questions during an interactive Q&A.

As a leading specialty underwriter, Argo Group does business around the world. It offers a wide breadth of insurance products across five business areas: casualty, marine and energy, professional liability, property and specialty.

Click here to book your place.





While all young people are welcome to attend our outreach events, only registered candidates can access more opportunities including work experience and internship opportunities.

To register as a candidate, a young person must:

  • Achieved 4/C or above in English and Maths GCSE  (or equivalent)
  • Completed GCSEs and A levels (or equivalent) at a state school
    1. Currently living and studying in the UK
    2. Eligible to work in the UK
    3. Aged 16-25
    4. Achieved 4/C or above in English and Maths GCSE  (or equivalent)
    5. Completed GCSEs and A levels (or equivalent) at a state school 
    6. And at least one of the following is applicable:
    1. At the age of 14, your highest paid parent/guardian did not have a professional position (see our application form for more details);
    2. OR you were eligible for free school meals during your time at school;
    3. OR neither parent completed a university degree in the UK.

Students can sign up HERE to register as a candidate.

Once registered, you will be invited to an Online Registration Session to find out about how we will support you as a candidate at The Brokerage  including access to resources, expert talks, workshops, work experience and internship opportunities.

Please sign up as a candidate and you will be able to book for one of our online registration sessions. 

If you would like to learn more about these opportunities, please contact Programme and Engagement Manager, Tayler Kirk on 

  • The team at The Brokerage have put together a very well thought out programme. They have even asked students to trial their content and have taken our thoughts into their consideration. All the modules will be really helpful to me because they target exactly what I am not sure about such as how to write a good CV and cover letter, and how to use LinkedIn most effectively. I think this has been a very beneficial opportunity to me; I can’t wait to start the programme!

    YP Elika