Ozak Esu, Graduate Engineer and Belinda Morgan, Building Services Partner participated in a careers evening for years 11 (128 students), 12 and 13 (280 Sixth Form students) at King Edwards VI Handsworth School for Girls, a selective girls’ school forming part of the King Edward Foundation. The event took place on Thursday 22nd January, 2015 from 6.00pm until 8.00pm.
The purpose of the event was to inform students and their parents about a range of different career opportunities and the route to them. This enabled the students to make informed choices and steps in their future education and career journeys.
Ozak, who is volunteering as a STEMNET Ambassador, will be delivering a presentation on her chosen career path, covering her academic qualifications, experience and project involvement thus far in her relatively new role as a Graduate Electrical Engineer (Building Services) at Cundall. Her presentation featured high-profile Cundall projects recently completed and awarded, including Two Snow Hill and Rio 2016 Olympic Canoe Slalom. Ozak sparked interest and transfer her enthusiasm for engineering to the girls at King Edwards VI Handsworth School.
Cundall had a stand in the main hall with useful information on scholarships and our work with organisations such as the Engineering Development Trust. If you would like information about graduate opportunities at Cundall, please contact Julie on firstname.lastname@example.org or click here.