Harlow College is delighted to announce that the hugely popular UK Community Renewal Fund, a scheme which aims to support people and communities back into employment or to further their career prospects, has been extended to December 2022.
A journalist who swapped office-based Hertfordshire life for a cow-milking career in Northern Ireland has written a book about her adventures.
Students on the College’s Level 4 Creative Enterprise course were thrust in front of a panel of four formidable dragons earlier this month, as they pitched their creative ideas and received some much-valued professional business advice.
Former Harlow College Journalism student Lucia Banks is the proud winner of this year’s Editing Skills for Journalists Award, given by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) for gaining the highest marks in the country for her exam piece.
Staff and students at our partner College, Stansted Airport College, were recently given the opportunity to showcase their skills as the College hosted a visit by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, in her role as Patron of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK - CILT(UK). The visit celebrated nearly four years of innovative learning at the College and the contribution its graduates are making to the Industry.
A Construction student from Harlow College gained an incredible runner up spot in an exciting design challenge, where young people were encouraged to develop proposals for a new village in the Royal Docks, bringing the national curriculum to life and inspiring a new generation to learn about the exciting career opportunities in the built environment sector.
Just what did Travel and Tourism students from Stansted Airport College discover on their recent trip to Portugal?
Harlow College Level 3 Plumbing and Domestic Heating apprentice Sidney Drake narrowly missed out on a place in the HIP Learner of the Year 2022 Grand Final, after a tense regional heat in which he was runner up.
As part of the ongoing work to tackle the threat of drug trafficking and knife crime in the county, officers from Harlow's Community Policing Team joined staff at Harlow College to raise awareness as part of County Lines Intensification Week.