2010 IoD Workshadow winners announced

Previous article
Next articleJersey grows East

2010 IoD Workshadow winners announced
Three students have been awarded the top prizes at this year’s Jersey Institute of Directors (IoD) Workshadow scheme presentation evening. The scheme is sponsored by Carey Olsen and organised by Careers Jersey.  Joseph Mayes from De La Salle College was announced as the overall winner after he shadowed Jerry Ramsden, the managing director at the Jersey Evening Post. The runner up was Hautlieu student Francesca Guarino who shadowed Dr Susan Turnbull, Deputy Medical Officer of Public Health. The award for best report was presented to Katherine Ferrari-Bradley, a student at the Jersey College for Girls, who shadowed Chris Ambler, the managing director of Jersey Electricity Company. In total, 41 students took part in this year’s scheme.
 

- A word from our sposor -

Marie Braun & Daren Moran

Marie Braun & Darren Moran Woodshed Living Can you tell us about what you do at Woodshed Living? We create hand-crafted bespoke decorations and furniture using reclaimed...

Escape to the Countryside

Beautifully kept and distinctive in style, words like ‘secluded’ and ‘exclusive’ don’t even begin to do this estate justice. Set amongst seventeen acres (or...

The Glow Squad

With ‘glow’ as our theme, it only seems fitting to meet some of the people who help the people of Jersey glow. We meet...