Here at Moulton College, we are delighted to congratulate recent students from our land-based courses who have landed some amazing jobs since graduating in the summer.
BSc (hons) Land Management graduate Debbie Crossan has secured a position as a Research Officer at Innovation for Agriculture, specialising in soil and water research. Debbie said: “As you can imagine I was really delighted to get this position, and it is all thanks to my experiences at Moulton that I was selected – thank you!”
Fellow graduate Sophie Rolfe is now enjoying her new role as a Ranger with the Countryside Services team here in Northamptonshire. In addition to this, Jo Underwood has secured a position as an Assistant Ecological Consultant at Lockhart-Garratt Ltd, George Rockell as a Countryside Surveyor for the Surrey Wildlife Trust, Georgina Wallis as the Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer for the River Nene Regional Park and Jake White as an ecologist with Thomson Ecology Field Ltd.
Dr James Littlemore said: “What fantastic achievements! It’s great to see our students thriving in their chosen career paths. I’d like to say a massive well done to all those students mentioned, plus everyone else who graduated in the summer.
“We’re now excited to welcome our new students who are just embarking on their journey with us here at Moulton College. We do still have some places available so it’s not too late to apply. Your dream job could be just around the corner!”