Francisca Hamilton (Ap 2014) MSc TU Delft (2019-2021), Netherlands Architectural Assistant, Vastint Hospitality
21 June 2021
After completing her International Baccalaureate at Wellington, Francisca went on to complete her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Cambridge in Architecture and is currently undertaking her Master of Science in Architecture at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands whereby the Master programme here is thought to be at the forefront of technological […]
Tips for a Successful Veterinary Career, Dr Mark O’Byrne BSc (Hons) BvetMed MRCVS
09 June 2021
If you are interested in a Veterinary Career we would recommend you watch this thorough talk from Mark O’Bryne who covers a wide range of topics from why he chose to get into the Veterinary field, what he had to do to get there, why he loves it and just how diverse and fun the […]
Lillie Parker (Hn 2010) ST2 Paediatrics at University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
04 June 2021
Are you interested in a career relating to the Medical and Health professions? If so we would recommend you listen to this fabulous well thought out and prepared pre-recorded talk by Lillie Parker who talks us through her medical career to date and answers questions submitted to her by Wellington’s very own Medic Society at […]
In Conversation with OW Sarah Charig (Ap 2004) Applied Technology: Project Manager at Norton Rose Fulbright ‘Changing your career’
10 May 2021
We recently held a virtual ‘In Conversation’ with OW Sarah Charig who is currently working at Norton Rose Fulbright as a Product Project Manager in the Applied Technology team. Whilst at Wellington Sarah studied History, Art French and Maths. She played hockey and tennis, and played the cello in the College Orchestra. After Wellington, Sarah […]
Surviving and Thriving Working Relationships Based on First Hand Experience
04 May 2021
Natasha started her career at a small publishing business straight from university in the early ’90s. After 5 years she moved to Emap to run the commercial part of women’s magazines division, including brands like Elle, Red and Heat. After having her sons she then moved to the business to business side of EMAP running, magazines, events […]
Guy de Beaujeu (Hn 85) Independent Film Producer, Fluidity Films.
23 April 2021
If you are interested in the ‘Film Industry’ then this short insightful and thorough pre-recorded talk is for you! Guy attended Wellington between 1980 and 1985 and is a producer and writer, known for Journey’s End (2017), Private Peaceful (2012) and What You Will (2012). He recently completed The Laureate and will shoot Stephen Fry’s […]
Tom Wharton (M 96) Shirtmaker & Tailor, Barrington Ayre ‘My Career in Marketing & Fashion’
01 April 2021
After leaving College, Tom Wharton read Music at Newcastle University before working in media sales for a number of years. After turning his energies to running Summer Camps, bringing foreign children to England during the summer holidays to learn English and experience English culture, he joined a small tailors based in London. Initially brought on board […]
How to make a business idea a reality: the do’s and don’ts of starting your own business
08 July 2020
In this session, Anthony talks us through how he set up his company and the lessons he learnt along the way. He discusses the obvious pitfalls to avoid as well as the must do’s and must haves for getting your business idea off the ground. Using his wealth of experience, Anthony answers your questions on […]
We have all at some point in our careers heard the advice that “If you don’t ask, you don’t get”. Unhelpfully, this advice is rarely accompanied by complementary ideas on HOW you can make that difficult or ambitious request in a way which is comfortable for both parties and which will give you the best […]
Money Never Did Grow on Trees But That Doesn’t Have to be a Worry
02 June 2020
Richard focusses on two very valuable life skills; how to best manage personal finance and the importance of doing so, then moving on to consider some practical thoughts about managing your physical and personal wellbeing.
The better you know yourself the better the decisions you make about your career – avoid getting trapped in an unfulfilling job and understand more about how you can tune in to that inner voice and find a career path that suits you and not be swayed by the pressure from others.
There is a lot of nonsense talked about in Leadership books – and every day there seems to be a new one . Cut through all the hyperbole in this session and share the discussion about the importance of emotionally intelligent leadership and how it can change the world.
In recent times we have been reminded of how vital the military are in supporting and protecting the lives of UK citizens – both abroad and domestically as we have seen in the amazing work that the military have done during the C19 crisis. Mr G-C will share with you the core ethos of serving […]
How To Make A Positive Start In The Workplace And Add Value To The Team You Are Joining
02 June 2020
Richard Banks, Head of Development at Westbourne Capital Partners, will be sharing his wealth of knowledge and expertise in this fascinating live broadcast. This session will cover a range of hugely important topics when entering the workplace post-graduation, including setting yourself ambitious but realistic goals, team dynamics within an organisation, communication, personal development, self-motivation and […]
Rugby World Cup winner, Sky presenter, and maths teacher; Will Greenwood shares his journey, stories and top tips
02 June 2020
Will Greenwood is known for his brilliance as a rugby player and a superb sports commentator – he is also a fantastic story teller and in this session he will share his life journey so far – from school, to university to international rugby star and what he’s learnt along the way.