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Welcome to the Career Resources page

On this page you will find useful guides, interviews and articles that provide insight and knowledge into different industries and careers. This library of resources will be updated regularly, and members of the OC Society are welcome to share any resource they have found useful or interesting.

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Careers in Media

On Thursday 19th November 2020, the Cranleigh Network hosted a virtual Careers in Media event. As part of this event, we interviewed Alan Rusbridger, Sue Llewellyn and Rob Curling about their careers to date. All interviews are available to view here. We hope you enjoy listening to the views of these OCs who have forged successful careers in the media industry, and find the advice they offer useful. In the Personal Stories section of this page you will find written interviews with Will Stocks who works as a 3D artist in the games industry, and Benji Millar, an OC who chose not to go to university straight from school and who has found a different route into the media industry.

Personal Stories

In this section you will find the personal stories of Old Cranleighans and members of our wider Cranleigh Network, sharing details of their individual career paths, and offering advice to those interested in a similar role.

MEDIA - Interview with Will Stocks (North 2008-2013) about his career as a 3D artist in the games industry.

MEDIA - OC Benji Millar (East 2014-2017) chose not to go to university immediately after finishing A Levels. Read his account of breaking into the media industry in a different way as an alternative route the career you want.

FASHION - Bunmi Olaye (Loveday 1998-2000) attended The University of East London after Cranleigh and launched her first label Bunmi Koko in 2009. In 2013 she started her self-titled fashion line Bunmi, designing bespoke bridal and evening wear. Read her story of her she forged her career in fashion.

ARMED FORCES - Tori Turner was one of the first girls to join Cranleigh not just for Sixth Form when it became fully co-ed in 1999. After graduating from university, she became a commissioned officer in the RAF and completed her training as a Typhoon pilot. Read the story of her career here and how she faces the balance between career and family.

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