With the retirement age rising to 67 by 2026-28, young people will soon work for 50 years of their life or more. The likelihood that our current students will have more than two or more different careers during that time is also higher than ever, which makes choosing A’ Levels and university courses even harder for students. To support our students making these important decisions, Year 11 students can access the ‘My Future’ careers programme. The aim of this programme is to allow students to explore their individual skills and interests and inspire connections with different career pathways. Students start the programme reflecting on career choices using different questionnaires to explore their personalities, skills, interests and motivations. Utilising expertise and resources from our parent body and the wider Claremont community, we assemble a rich and diverse roster of speakers to talk to Year 11 students about many of the career options that await; from Medicine to Engineering; Sales and Procurement to Film Directing; Commercial flying to Dentistry and from Entrepreneurship to Sports Science and Marketing, ‘My Future’ careers programme aims to cover a broad spectrum of careers to challenge perceptions, highlight skill shortages in the workplace and what it takes to get to the top of your game. Past speakers have introduced students to developments in anti-doping tests using genetics-based technology; engineering feats used in Taiwan High Speed Rail; the discovery of Factor VIII for Haemophilia and the world of Re-insurance.