Google+
Home / Recent Articles / Hot Topics / Interviews (page 5)

Category Archives: Interviews

Feed Subscription

Stars in her eyes

Stars in her eyes

Abigail Harrison, aka ‘Astronaut Abby’, isn’t your run-of-the mill tenth-grader from Minnesota, USA, she has plans to become the first astronaut on Mars. When your dreams are so far up in the stars (literally) it takes a lot of commitment and determination to achieve them, Abby has both in abundance. Abby took time out of her busy schedule to speak ... Read More »

Space… it doesn’t have to be your final frontier!

Space it doesn't have to be your final frontier

A career in space technology may well seem a bit ‘far out’, but a role in this truly fascinating industry could be a lot closer than you think. Moving On found out what it takes to be a real-life rocket man or woman. BY Sam Worth Space technology presents a fantastic opportunity to forge a career that really is out ... Read More »

A cut above the competition

A cut above the competition

Careers in hair and beauty can take you anywhere you want to go, but don’t take our word for it – a former world champion hairdresser lifts the lid on an industry that’s truly attractive. BY Sam Worth The hair and beauty industry offers a diverse range of careers in a multitude of environments, whether as a barber, beauty therapist, make-up ... Read More »

Starring role

Starring role

The Accelerate Programme has helped Lucy Ellidge to win a highly-coveted industry award and shine bright in her chosen career. BY Sam Worth The Women of the Future Awards, in association with Shell, are the platform for successful young women in Britain today. Now in their seventh year, the awards continue to unearth and recognise the inspirational stars of tomorrow ... Read More »

Working in visual effects

Animate your future

For a career that looks good in every sense, the visual effects industry presents a truly attractive proposition. Framestore is an Oscar-winning visual effects studio based in London and North America. It creates extraordinary images for film, television and advertising, as well as more varied projects such as apps and interactive installations.  The studio created two-face Harvey Dent in The ... Read More »

Scroll To Top