The House of Commons offers work experience to secondary school students as part of their careers education, students must be over 14 years old and up to 18 years old to take part in work experience.
The 2016 scheme will run on two separate weeks, commencing 26th June and 4th July respectively.
Where can I gain experience?
The House of Commons is made up of a number of departments and offices. Roles vary from Committee Clerks in the Department of Chamber and Committee Services to Chefs in the Department of Facilities and from Recruitment Managers within the Department of HR and Change to Visitors Assistants in the Department of Information Services.
To find out more information about the departments you can gain work experience in, please go to the Departments & Offices of the House of Commons webpage.
How do I apply for work experience?
The 2016 House of Commons Work Experience Scheme is now open for applications.
Applications can be submitted via the House of Commons Careers Portal.
The closing date for applications is Midnight 6th March 2016.
Working for an MP
If you would like to apply for work experience with an MP, you need to contact their constituency office directly. More information can be found on the w4mp website.
If you have any questions about the scheme or the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org