May 11, 2021
The ‘Career Lifeline’ sessions happen quarterly and simply consist of someone working in agriculture talking to the students about their careers so far and sharing their top tips and learnings.
Yesterday, on 27th April Rebecca Hesketh, Agriculture Manager at Waitrose, and Chloe Cross, Consultant for Kite Consulting were speaking to the bursary winners. They both spoke for 20-25 minutes on their careers so far, what they have learnt and advice for the students. Then there was a Q&A session.
Rebecca’s advice to the students was:
Chloe’s top tips were:
Dan Weaver, first year student at Reading University, studying Agricultural Business Management, said: “I found Chloe’s Career Lifeline very interesting and inspiring. Choe’s work ethic, drive, and passion to agriculture, particularly in dairying and robotics is infectious. I took away from the session to keep to your core values, but to adapt skills and energies to each different work situation.’’
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