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Careers Lunches 2017

20 Jun 2017
James Gedling
James Gedling
The WBS Friday Careers’ lunch programme has proved exceptionally popular and has been a great way for students to find out about the various pathways available to them over a bite to eat.
Thank you to the following OWBA members who have given their time and shared their knowledge this year…
David Rawle (75-83G), Mike Langdon (66-69C), Charlotte Knight (99-06G), James Knight (03-10G) Philip Parker (84-91G), Ed Mabon (06-16C), Louisa Keech (98-13C), Ian Jackson (55-63G),  Neil Kingdon (66-75C), Gavin Cooper (83-85F), James Gedling (90-03G) and Amy Davies (07-14G)
Thanks also to WBS parents, Teresa Turner, Michelle Cobby and Susanna Hill
The programme is currently being drawn up for next year:
If your field involves Languages, Creative (Fashion, Media, Comms, PR, Marketing) Entrepreneurship, Digital Technologies or Robotics, and you would like to get involved please do get in touch with Matt Brimson [email protected]

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