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Hundreds Visit Tresham Careers Fair 2017


careers-fair-web-largeOn Thursday 9th February Tresham College of Further and Higher Education hosted a Careers Fair at the college’s Kettering campus and welcomed more than 40 employers and nearly 1000 visitors from local schools and the college’s campuses across Northamptonshire.

Throughout the year Tresham provides advice and guidance to students about the various careers they can pursue once they complete their studies at the college and following on from the success of previous events the college held its third Careers Fair inviting visitors from local schools.

Supported by a variety of organisations including the NHS, British Army, Weetabix Food Company, Barratt Developments and various universities from across the country there was an industry expert for every student to speak to about working within hundreds of sectors.

Many Tresham students were also able to gain work placements and work experience opportunities with the companies who attended.

Many thanks to all of the employers who attended the event:

  • AimHigher Northamptonshire
  • Army Careers
  • Barratt Developments plc
  • The Coaching Inn Group
  • Coventry University
  • CSD Activity Camps
  • De Montfort University
  • DE Photo
  • Delos Community
  • Employability Lounge
  • Fit4Less Kettering
  • H D Media CIC
  • HSBC
  • MSH Consultancy
  • National Citizen Service
  • Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust
  • Northamptonshire Police and Emergency Services Cadets
  • Olympus Care Services
  • Oxford University Press
  • Premier Education Group
  • Redrow Homes Limited
  • Royal Air Force
  • RPC Group Plc
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • Talent Match
  • Tetra Pak Limited
  • Textbook Teachers
  • TGW Limited
  • The Core at Corby Cube
  • Tresham University Centre
  • University of Bedfordshire
  • University of Leicester
  • University of Lincoln
  • University of Northampton
  • Weetabix Food Company
  • Wicksteed Park
  • Wilson Browne Solicitors
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