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Leaders in Society

Michael Park (6675) and Richard Owens (7027) 'Always in Demand Jobs: Wider Healthcare'

Supported by Business Eye Magazine, the ‘Leaders in Society’ initiative connects OCs with current pupils, providing valuable insights at a critical time in the students' educational journey.

Michael and Richard's talk was entitled 'Always in Demand Jobs:  Wider Healthcare' and was delivered to Campbell College’s Year 9 pupils yesterday as part of the Old Campbellian Society's ‘Leaders in Society' programme. 

Michael and Richard delivered an inspiring talk to the boys which was then followed by a very engaged Q&A session.

Our thanks again to Michael and Richard for taking the time to speak with the boys.   



 

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