Psychology Tutor Andy Duggan has been working at Middlesbrough College’s Sixth Form for the last 4 years. After completing a degree in Natural Sciences at Lancaster University, Andy undertook school-centred training in Middlesbrough as a science teacher, having always had an interest in the profession from his parents who are both teachers. Continue reading “Meet our team – Andy Duggan”
Rob has been teaching A Level Sociology at Middlesbrough College’s Sixth Form since 2010.
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Exciting news for tech lovers! A growing demand in new technology for businesses, coupled with a higher need for cyber security is paving the way for an estimated 1.2 million new digital and creative sector positions across the UK by 2022.
Continue reading “Teesside techno boom is creating opportunities closer to home”
The only hope of survival for thousands of people with blood cancers such a leukaemia, is a donation of healthy stem cells.
Continue reading “Could you save a life?”
Lauren Bywater and Lauren Jackson from High Tide attended the college to engage with students and discuss queries around their summer scheme.
High Tide connects young people and businesses on Teesside with a focus to develop skills and opportunities in a structured framework.
Their aim is to improve employment opportunities whilst raising aspirations through their unique work experience and industry – led skills programme.
The scheme offers a 2 week work placement over the summer holiday, Students will spend time with 2 different employers.
A wide range of work experience is available, from shipping, engineering to finance and law with many, many opportunities in-between.
Working in partnership with Jan Edmond (work experience coordinator) Middlesbrough College students have participated in the scheme over the last 3 years with growing numbers.
Students have received wonderful references and employment offers as a result of participating in the Summer Scheme.
Middlesbrough College held a raffle for Easter this week and all the money raised went to Cancer Research UK. Student President Araf Perwaze and two student Ambassadors dressed up in their Easter outfits and went around different areas in the college asking staff and students to take part in the raffle for the chance to win some chocolate Easter eggs!
The College visited Teesside University on Saturday 6th March to celebrate International Women’s Day which was a great event!