Young people will be able to get invaluable advice on their future at a series of drop-in sessions being held in Largs Library.
Skills Development Scotland careers officers are working with the council to support school leavers as they receive their exam results.
Young people will be able to get advice on training, college and university courses and employment from the experienced careers officers.
The workshops begin on Tuesday, August 7 at Largs, Saltcoats and Irvine libraries.
Councillor Alan Hill, spokesperson for Community and Culture, said: “This is a very important time in the lives of our young people and the decisions they make now will have a significant impact on their future.
“Careers advisors have an important role to play, supporting school leavers and helping them make a considered and informed decision.
"I am delighted that the council is working with Skills Development Scotland to improve the prospects of young people across North Ayrshire.”
Workshops will take place in Largs Library on Tuesday, August 7 from 1.30pm-3.30pm, and Wednesday, August 8 from 10.30am -12.30pm.