Sarah Hopkins was delighted to join a talented group of Moreton Hall sixth formers at their recent 'Directors Table' - discussing the Future of Jobs
For the second year running Sarah Hopkins, Director of HopkinsLongworth, was delighted to join students of Moreton Hall at their recent 'Directors Table'.
Students from the sixth form, who run the successful Moreton Enterprises business, host the evening event and the focus was on how to prepare and equip themselves for their future careers.
In her role as a Future of Jobs ambassador for the Recruitment and Employment Confederation Sarah was able to share current data and trends whilst also giving advice and support to the girls on the important areas of interview and CV preparation.
'It gives me such pride to see our session featured in the recent issue of Moreton E-News. I love working with young talent and this group of girls are certainly that. Mentoring and supporting them is so rewarding and if I can help in a small way at a pivotal point in their future careers then I am very happy. I look forward to following their progress and am sure they will be successful' Sarah commented after the session.
The event was featured in the latest Moreton E-News which can be seen in full by clicking here
Photographed below is Sarah with some of the students and Clare Downes, owner of The Circle Communication and Monkhouse Food & Drink, who manages the Directors Table sessions.
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