Tamar Engineering Project: scholars

Hayden Roberts: engineering emergent technologies

When I was accepted on to the project it laid to rest a lot of my apprehensions about university, as I would have access to a support network and a mentor who could inspire me to make university the best possible experience for my career.

Hayden Roberts is being mentored by Peter Beange, Director of Operations, UK and Europe, Northrop Grumman

What Hayden hopes to gain from the project

Lewis Smallwood: seeking opportunities through TEP

The strong industry links the project provides in the engineering field, will allow me to build on potential employment prospects and to get involved with other young engineers.

Lewis is being mentored by Michael LeGoff, CEO of Plessey

Read about what Lewis hopes to gain from the project

Lisa Jacob: forging a civil acquaintance

My mentor has already provided me with insights into the industry and the steps I can take after graduating. Future meetings will increase my confidence and knowledge about the industry.

Lisa was mentored by Jon Benton, Regional Director, Dawnus Construction.

What Lisa hoped to gain from the project

Brian Viviers: programmed for a prosperous pathway

Being part of the Tamar Engineering Project shows possible employers a lot. Actually being accepted onto the project demonstrates that you are a high achiever and you have the drive to accomplish what you put your mind to.

Brian was mentored by Michael LeGoff, CEO of Plessey.

What Brian hoped to gain from the project

Benjamin Bush: mechanisms for a fruitful future

I gained greater confidence in myself and what I can actually do with what skills I have. My mentor, Nick, had really encouraged me to be more open in myself and my abilities.

Ben was mentored by Nick Ames, CEO of SC Group.

What Ben hoped to gain from the project

Chris Dawson: building career connections

The project has been greatly beneficial for me, it has allowed me to develop my understanding of my area a lot more. It has also led to me developing into a more well-rounded engineer.

Chris is being mentored by Dominic Bostock; Commercial Director of Cormac as part of the Tamar Engineering Project

What Chris hoped to gain from the project