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LIFE BEYOND WELLINGTON PROGRAMME

Our exciting new programme consists of fun and inspiring sessions on both life skills as well as more career specific sessions. This programme is more relevant than ever, as it’s a programme that aims to equip students with the skills and understanding about the ‘real’ world so they can shape what they do at College with an eye on their life beyond their time at Wellington. For young OWs the sessions are insightful and inspirational as they make their transition into the working world and beyond.

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Life Beyond Wellington

A fun and inspiring programme which includes life skills and career specific sessions

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Fuel Ventures’ £1.5m Investment Supports Materials Market to Build its Business

22 October 2021

Materials Market, launched November 2020 by Co-Founders Samuel Hunt (Bl 11) and Andrew Haehn, has raised £1.5m to grow its digital building materials marketplace. Materials Market’s creative solution to ease supply chain issues sparked the interest of seed venture capitalist fund, Fuel Ventures, who invested £1.5m in the new tech start-up in September 2021. Investing […]

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Creative Industries Careers Evening – Friday 3rd December at Wellington College

07 October 2021

Seeking Parents and OWs in the Creative Industries – Would you consider being a part of this fantastic evening? On Friday 3rd December Wellington College is hosting its annual Arts Careers Evening which is set to be an inspirational occasion for both Wellington and local state school/partner students showcasing all aspects of working in the world […]

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October OW Must Reads!

06 October 2021

Our OWs are an incredibly talented group and there have been many brilliant books written by OWs over the years. This month we would like to draw your attention to two fascinating books; ‘The lives of the great and the good Honorary Freeman of the City of London’ by Bill Clark (p 69) and ‘A […]

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