A former NBHS student, Niall Mackle joined us to talk about how he planned his career in law and some of his experiences and observations he gathered along the way.
Update October 2020
After another presentation to the students at North Berwick High, here is a short version and storyboard of some of the main points Niall made at his presentation
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When full-time college didn’t suit former North Berwick High School student Lauren, she moved into retail and now funeralcare. Join us an find out why.
Samuel talks us through his decision to take the college to degree route on leaving North Berwick High School.
A fantastic podcast from former North Berwick High student Flora on her journey through school, university and her current job.
Here is a copy of Flora’s presentation she delivered to S3.
NBHS Presentation (1)
Meet former North Berwick High student James and his colleague Emily, both apprentices with Jaguar Land Rover.
J&E Presentation 17 Dec
Find out more about Jaguar Land Rover apprenticeships
You can use the resources at MWOW
here to help with your career planning.
More on STEM careers at Futuremorph
Information and resources at Tomorrow’s Engineers
Podcast from James and Emily on applying for their apprenticeships
Screenshot of the S3 responses to the talk
Report on the session including some interesting responses!
STEM 17 December 2018 updated
Former North Berwick High student and now STEM Ambassador, George Elderfield tells us about his engineering journey to date and what the future offers.
William, from North Berwick High, tells us why he chose the employment option as opposed to full time study to develop his career in the financial sector. He also gives us some very useful employability tips as well!
Louise Whyte from SCILT explains why.
Former North Berwick High student Eilidh Muldoon returns to talk about her journey after leaving school to Illustrating and Teaching.
Eilidh Muldoon – Illustrator & Designer
here and below.
A very poor (C-) attempt at a sketchnote from me!
Slightly better attempt!
Gap Year experience in Senegal.