We have a thriving business club whose purpose is to provide a true old girls’ network for those interested in their own careers or those of their fellow Old Girls. We currently have over 300 members and hold regular events to enable Old Girls to make and nurture new contacts.
Our most recent Business Club event was hosted by Anne Pritam V 1986 at Stephenson Harwood in central London, as Eva Eisenschimmel HA 1980 shared the main themes raised by her research into the key occasions affecting women’s careers. Further details of forthcoming Business Club events are to be found on our online network
Old Girls are also able to promote their work and services through the online network, and through Chainmail, our bi-monthly regular email exchange of news and information. The diverse range of professional and commercial spheres in which girls from all generations are operating is impressive and continues to grow.
In addition, Old Girls provide a valuable resource through offering their time or expertise to current pupils through the school. Anna Campbell, Head of Student Guidance is delighted to welcome such support from Old Girls:
“Our students are going out into an ever-changing, competitive world and we very much value the experience and insights of those who have already forged their own career paths. Whether it is conducting a mock interview, attending a networking evening to enable our sixth formers to hone their skills, inviting a small group of sixth formers to visit your workplace, facilitating a work experience placement or inspiring the younger girls through a careers taster morning or careers talk, our students would benefit from your expertise, insight and connections. We would be delighted to hear from you”
You can contact Anna through the development office at email@example.com