Moray people are being encouraged to take part in a national initiative to highlight the myriad different ways for young people to achieve their dream career.
The “No Wrong Path” scheme was launched last year to support teenagers with disappointing exam results.
Developing Young Workforce Moray want locals to use social media to share their stories about what they did after they left school and how it impacted on their future careers.
With exam results due out next week, Sarah Baxter, manager of DYW Moray, wants to encourage the region’s youngsters to join in the initiative.
She said: “On August 7, when young people across the region get their results, we want to flood Twitter with the message that grades are not the be all and end all.
“We want people to share their stories about what they did when they left school and where they are now.
“We want as many people to get involved as possible to make a powerful message.”
A variety of people who have reached their career goals are being called upon to share their tales of success.
Ms Baxter added: “We want to inspire young people and it’s really easy to get involved.
“All people have to do is post a picture of themselves on their own social media channels with the message of what they did when they left school and what they do now, using the hashtag #nowrongpath.”