Two sixth formers successfully gained places on this year’s Unilever work experience.
Congratulations to Year 12 students, Michael Wilkinson and Leo Woodley, who have successfully gained places on this year’s Unilever work experience. Earlier this year they had to complete a competitive application which was open to students studying STEM subjects and who are planning to continue their studies at university.
The week long work experience begins on 4 July, in person, at Unilever’s research and development facility, Port Sunlight. They will learn the processes of working for a fast moving consumer goods company and what it entails – from concept through to product launch on the market shelves. This will include: tours of the facilities, seminars; lab formulation and packaging; pilot plant processing; analytical techniques; automation and product appraisal.
They will spend 4 days at the Unilever factory in Port Sunlight and one day at the Materials Innovation Factory, Liverpool University campus.
Good luck Mike and Leo.