College students learn ‘how to shine’

Simon Willis, Old Georgian 1981, met with 11 Sixth Form students at St George’s College, Weybridge, on Friday 5 December over a careers lunch as part of the Headstart Programme. Simon spoke with the students on how to shine during an interview process. The objective of the Headstart Programme is organised by the Development Office and provides current students with the opportunity to meet with Old Georgians, former students of the School, who work in the career fields they are interested in.

Simon established FMCV, a professional recruitment consultancy, in 2005, following his successful tenure as Managing Director of Crane Merchandising Systems. Throughout his career in the food and beverage industries, Simon has maintained a passion for investing in the right people, and the launch of FMCV gave him the opportunity to use that passion to the full.

8 December 2014

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