The first of our guru lectures was delivered on Wednesday 21st November. The lecture focused on the challenges of the 2012 Olympics games. It was delivered by Tim Boden from BT who is an ETE technical expert, who was involved with the IT and telecommunication infrastructure during the London 2012 games.
Paralympian and Harrow College student Jordanne Whiley has beaten stiff competition to win big at the first ITF 1 Series in Atlanta, Georgia, which took place on 1-5 May.
The artistic talents of students from Harrow College have been thrust into the limelight, thanks to an exhibition at Harrow Arts Centre.
Harrow College continues to work with employers to deliver training solutions to meet their needs.
Steve has been working with the Careers Academy programme, mentoring students and as a chair on the local advisory board since September 2011.
As part of a plan to increase biodiversity on our campuses Learning Links students have been working on a project to design, build and maintain a wildlife pond. The project aims to encourage students to help sustain biodiversity on our sites. They will monitor the pond area and will record any wild life they find there.
From Thursday 9th May to Sunday 2nd June 2013, Harrow College students will be exhibiting their art work at Harrow Arts Centre.
They say that when a man is tired of London he is tired of life. But that’s not something that you could accuse Laknath Peiris of.
Harrow College Careers Academy was launched for this academic year on Tuesday 2nd October.
Solar Panels were installed in September on the roofs of the Armstrong Building at Harrow on the Hill and the Learning Resource Centre at Harrow Weald.
More than 400 people attended the Harrow Borough Xcite Fair on the 19th March 2013. Harrow College's Business Base spoke about the training courses on offer.
Harrow College, the first general FE College to achieve the Carbon Standard, is delighted to be shortlisted for a Times Educational Supplement FE award for Outstanding Practice in Sustainability.
Neil Tuck, Bank Manager at Lloyds TSB, Harrow has been working with Harrow College students as a mentor as part of the Careers Academy program. The program aims to provide young people with practical business skills by providing mentors, 'guru lectures' from industry professionals and internships.
Former student Iqra Khalid features in an article about multi-lingual children being equipped for the global jobs market.
A group of Harrow College students on the Career Academy programme are currently undertaking internships. They have received fantastic feedback from the organisations they have been working in.