Farewell and Good Luck to Cohort 9!

Cohort 9 completed the nucleargraduates programme this week with a three day repatriation training zone. The graduates undertook a range of activities aimed at consolidating their learning from the last two years.

NuFuture were busy bees on Tuesday, building bee hotels and planting a wild flower meadow at Energus. The profit made from their SME project Humblebee allowed the team to donate a sizable amount to buglife. Buglife is the only organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates. The amount donated will allow for one square mile of wild flower meadow to be planted. 

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Team Latitude carried out a beach clean up reflecting on their time on the nucleargraduates programme whilst collecting rubbish from a local beach.

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 The activities cumulated with a celebration dinner at Energus. Where graduates, team advisors and the programme team were entertained by ariel performers and a magician. At the dinner Jean Llewelyn OBE, Chief Executive of NSAN presented Grace Frost with her Science Graduate of the Year award Grace was on secondment in Sydney, Australia when the National Skills Awards were held in March and was unable to collect her award on the evening.

Scott Houston was named Cohort 9 Top Gun in recognition of his development over the two years.

 

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