EVMT Support University of Exeter's Professional Pathways Initiative
July 10, 2018
EVMT recently supported University of Exeter's Professional Pathways initiative at its Exeter and Penryn campuses. The Professional Pathways courses allow students to meet business and industry individual to explain their roles and how future graduates can gain access to a particular industry. In the case of EVMT the presentations were based upon Programme and Project management opportunities.
EVMT was asked to support three of the pathways, namely: Arts, Culture and Heritage Politics, Government and Public Sector Digital Innovation.
The two days spent with the Students were very well organised and the students engaged throughout the process. The lead team of Jo McCreedie, Jess Woodhead, Chez Crickmere and Sam Jackman and the supporting staff did a fantastic job EVMT would thoroughly recommend getting involved in this very worthwhile and productive initiative.
Further details about the Pathways courses can be obtained from Jo at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01392 722617