Students get the chance to network with big names
PUBLISHED: 15:00 18 January 2015
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SOME of the region's top business people got the chance to meet their future colleagues at North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College's (NSETC) first business breakfast.
Representatives from Powervamp, Pure Comms, Smurfit Kappa and Thatchers Cider Company networked with students and got a tour of NSETC’s state-of-the-art facilities.
The college’s principal, Karen Cornick, said: “We are thrilled that local business leaders were able to network with students at the NSETC.
“A strong focus for our school is on getting young people into the work place so that they begin to understand the opportunities available to them both at 16 and 18, and also when they’ve finished a degree course.”