‘Career Driven Student’

Year 8 student Ethan Tomkins is already taking his future into his own hands when it comes to getting the career of his dreams. Ethan would love to work in car design and development, and so he has been making contact with various manufacturers to find out about how to make his dreams a reality. 

He has already had a meeting with Lotus cars who have offered him a future scholarship based on his drawings and ideas. 
Pictured left was when Ethan visited the Aston Martin Head Office and met with the Head of Design, Marek Reichman to discuss the industry as well as having a tour of the factory. 

Ethan has been invited back to spend a day with the design team at Aston Martin where he will be able to gain some hands on experience.

Well done Ethan on your initiative and commitment. 

29 Sep 2017

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