Adrienne is enjoying the opportunity to develop new skills and enhance her career with a Higher Apprenticeship at the University of Cumbria.
Jodie is gaining valuable skills and experience during her Business Admin apprenticeship at careers management and personal development organisation Inspira.
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.
Tammie is keen to encourage other women to choose a career in engineering after serving her time as an apprentice at Kimberly-Clark.
Allie started her career as a Business Admin apprentice at Athena PTS and hopes to progress into accounts management at the company.
Dominic’s ambition has taken him to Buckingham Palace and back as he builds a successful career in engineering at GSK in Cumbria.
Hard-working Zoe was named the University of Cumbria Students' Union Student of the Year in 2016 thanks to her dedication to her chosen career of nursing.
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.
Sophie is pursuing a promising legal career after graduating from the University of Cumbria with a First Class honours degree in law.
Aspiring artist Poppy plans to study at the University of Cumbria and develop her creative talents in the county.
Kendalian Bethanne chose to study in Cumbria after an inspiring gap year trip to the other side of the world.
Jake chose to stay in Cumbria and has completed his full-time Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships, as well as his Level 4 AAT Accounting, at Furness College.
Andrew returned to Cumbria last year after beginning his career in East Yorkshire, and loves living and working on the edge of the Lake District.
HEAD of GSK’s apprenticeship schemes in the UK, Steve Stewart explains how the scheme works.
Since moving to South Cumbria and taking up a job at Furness College, Dave Pucknell has enjoyed the satisfaction of helping generations of apprentices start their careers.