After initially moving out of Cumbria to attend university, Bill has now found a better career path with an apprenticeship at Athena PTS in the county.
Dan has become an important part of the design team at Athena PTS after taking on an apprenticeship at the Barrow-based business.
Tammie is keen to encourage other women to choose a career in engineering after serving her time as an apprentice at Kimberly-Clark.
Jackie Arnold MBE is enjoying a rewarding and successful career in Cumbria, and is committed to ensuring that others make the most of the exciting opportunities available.
After travelling the world with BAE Systems, Allan has found his perfect lifestyle – and the chance to leave a legacy – in Cumbria.
Allie started her career as a Business Admin apprentice at Athena PTS and hopes to progress into accounts management at the company.
Jeff’s love of travel has taken him all over the world, but his career always brings him back to Cumbria.
Andy was Kimberly-Clark’s first apprentice in Barrow and continues to progress in his career at the facility.
Paul found himself at a crossroads in his career – and chose to relocate to Cumbria instead of taking up opportunities in London or Denmark.
Hannah was unsure what she wanted to do after gaining her A-levels, but her decision to stay in Cumbria and consider her options has led to a promising career in Finance.
Aspiring artist Poppy plans to study at the University of Cumbria and develop her creative talents in the county.
Helen hasn’t looked back after taking on a job at Kimberly-Clark as a teenager. Now, as she reflects on her career, Helen is keen to encourage others to follow in her footsteps.
After a career spanning four decades, Ray is still glad that he chose the company and Cumbria.
Chris swapped city life in Manchester with a move to Dalton-in-Furness after deciding to make a holiday “romance” more permanent.
In 1982, GP Geoff moved from his hometown in Birkenhead to work for a ‘year or two’ in Barrow – and 34 years later, he is still living happily in South Cumbria.