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Supporting Worth School’s Careers Fair

Each year Worth School holds a Saturday morning Careers Fair for pupils in Year 12 (Lower 6th). As Head of Careers, Dr Duncan Pring is always extremely grateful to those Worthians who participates in the Careers Fair in March 2019.

We have to say a particular thank you to Emily Jacobs StA’11 who spoke about her career in Marketing but should be involved in the Recruitment industry, based on the number of her friends and contemporaries whom she persuaded to join us on the day! Engineering is always a special topic and Ben Smith C’11 gave us the benefit of his experience in the Aviation Industry to enliven and inform about a very important career. Luke Kenny B’98 spoke with authority about the rapidly changing world of Advertising. Charlotte Butter’s StM’12 talk on Journalism was so well received last year that we were delighted to persuade her back to talk about it again.  There are many Worthians working in the Lloyds Building which is the largest insurance market in the world. Tom Poynder F’13 has been steadily progressing in this industry and his youthful enthusiasm was greatly appreciated. I am also indebted to Edward Horgan C’85 who spoke about the other great bastion of the City of London  – Financial Services. Last but not least I would like to say a big thank you to Sophie Nash StM’ 11 who spoke about careers in the Science Industry. There is a lot of interest in careers with a science degree, but it can be very hard to distil such a wide range into a digestible format, which Sophie did effortlessly.

We are always looking for more Worthians to pass on their knowledge and expertise to the next generation, so please do get in touch with Duncan Pring if you would like to offer your services at future school Careers Fairs.