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Jenny Carpenter and Sue Lawton from Adams Harrison attended the schools fair at the Haverhill Arts Centre from 4pm to 6pm on 13th November. Parents and students attended from Haverhill based schools, Castle Manor School, Samuel Ward School and Churchill School.
We were pleased to receive feedback from the organiser;
I hope you will all agree that between us we have managed another successful event to support the students within the town.
Again, I would like to express both mine and the Partnerships thanks for your efforts to make these events the success they are.
The ladies in Adams Harrison again supported this year’s Wear It Pink day.
Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink day is one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events, having raised over £33 million since launching in 2002. To see more about this charity please visit www.wearitpink.org
A total of £84 was raised across the three offices.
A small team from Adams Harrison, Lisa Thornhill, Solicitor at the Sawston office and Sue Lawton, attended this Business and Law Careers Fair at the Anglia Ruskin University.
We received a really nice “Thank You” from them.
Sincere thanks for contributing to the success of our Business & Law Careers Fair yesterday.
We had over 200 student visitors and the feedback was excellent. Students commented on how valuable an opportunity it was to meet employers and find out about future jobs in their sector, as well as receiving tips on how to make their application stand out.
I know how difficult it is to find time in your busy diary to support events like these and I appreciate your time and effort.
Emma Jennings | BA (Hons) PGDip
Employability & Careers Adviser
We have just received the following update from Emily Rush, Fundraiser at EACH;
I just wanted to let you know that we’ve just announced our total raised from the Bubble Rush across social media last night/this morning! (You can take a look here) We raised an amazing £11,920.25, with over 750 participants. We’re really pleased with how the event went, and have received lots of feedback from people keen to come back next year!
Thanks so much again for your support of the event, and kind regards,
Adams Harrison were proud sponsors of the Bubble Rush on Sunday 29th September 2019.
The event was organised by East Anglian Children’s Hospice to raise money for this charity.
The firm had a team of all ages participating running through foam.
Adams Harrison supported the recent Haverhill Schools Career Fair held at the Samuel Ward School.
Children from three different schools in the area, Samuel Ward, Castle Manor and Churchill, attended the event run throughout the day on Friday 20th September, Students were given the opportunity to find out about what opportunities there were for them in the workplace.
The Police, NHS, Army, Customs and a host of other stands were there for the students to come along and find out what is involved and what qualifications they would need to be accepted.
In the photo is Practice Manager Sue Lawton addressing a group of students. Sue and Anton Bilinski, a Chartered Legal Executive, had a lot of enquiries from students looking to go into the law. Matt Hancock the local MP for the area attended to officially open the event.
After the Fair we received the following feedback, from Glen Todd of New Anglia LEP
Thank you all for attending and supporting with the first Haverhill Careers Fair on Friday. Your participation was very much appreciated by the students and staff at Samuel Ward Academy, Castle Manor Academy and Churchill Special Free School. In all we had approximately 1500 pupils attend on the day and we received extremely positive feedback from students and teachers.
The significance of your attendance to the young people I believe can be highlighted by the below research.
“Young adults who have greater levels of contact with employers while at school are five times less likely to become not in education, employer or training (NEET) and can expect, when in full-time employment, to earn up to 18% more than peers who had no such employer engagement.” https://www.educationandemployers.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/its_who_you_meet_final_26_06_12.pdf
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