Mandie Stravino and Darren Wilson have been appointed as the East Midlands Chair and Vice-Chair of the UK's largest business group, taking over from Andy Cliffe, Former Managing Director at East Midlands Airport, in July 2018.
Around 50 Public Services students from Derby College's Broomfield Hall joined a host of other organisations and Derby City Council to give the city centre a deep clean and face lift.
The students were involved in a wide range of activities including litter picking, painting street furniture and jet washing pavements.
A Derby College IT student involved in the organisation's innovative Employer Academy programme has secured an apprenticeship with the company that provided him and others with valuable work experience as part of their study programme.
Brandon Bariana (19) joined the RDS Global Technology Academy earlier this year – spending 15 weeks learning about the different career opportunities available in the IT Industry.
Students at Derby College's Joseph Wright Centre have created an exhibition at Sudbury Hall to celebrate the lives and achievements of women associated with the 17th century National Trust country house.
Art & Design, Games Development and Music students have created a number of different pieces from paintings and sculptures to audio and 3D animations which have been placed around the hall for visitors to explore.
The Derby College Marketing team welcomed a work experience student for a week. Megan, 15, from The Ripley Academy looked to sample varioius elements of a career in Marketing and had the opportunity to attend The Big Bang which was held at The Roundhouse on Thursday 28th June. Here is an account of the day, in Megan's words!
Two Derby College Art & Design students have won bursaries from Arts Society Derby to support their move into Higher Education.
UAL Art Foundation Diploma students Lauren Jones and Georgia Brown have won £400 and £200 respectively after being shortlisted for the annual Bryan Harris Bursary award – named after the Society's founder and former chairman who died three years ago.
Students from Derby College who are recent arrivals to Derby from across the world have compiled a book of stories about their first experiences and impressions of Derby for a new book launched at this year's annual Derby Book Festival.
The 29 young people, whose first language is not English, are on Derby College's Lexis intensive language programme and their work has been illustrated by Art & Design students at the College.
Horticulture students at Derby College have won a top award at their third appearance at the prestigious BBC Gardeners World Live show at the NEC.
Having won gold and silver merit medals in the past two shows – the team won the coveted platinum award as well as the prize for the best interpretation of the theme in the 23-strong garden borders category.
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More than 200 people gathered for the annual Derby College Peak Awards at the historic Roundhouse to celebrate the achievements of students across the organisation.
Awards were presented by representatives of local businesses who had sponsored individual awards. Two special prizes were awarded on the night – Student of the Year and Apprentice of the Year.
A group of 35 volunteers who help to restore and maintain the historic gardens at Derby College's Broomfield Hall campus have won a Silver medal for their exhibit at the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.
The volunteers have been working alongside Broomfield Hall's Head Gardener Samantha Harvey and entered the long border competition at the show with their exhibit, entitled 'Rhythm of Colour' - inspired by the long border at Broomfield Hall Gardens.
Students and staff at Derby College's Joseph Wright Centre have raised just over £1,000 for three charities at their annual RAG week.
A wide range of competitions and activities were organised throughout the week and the money raised has been split between local charities Children First Derby, The Breakfast Club initiative in the city which is the College's designated charity this year and to Cancer Research UK.