South Hook LNG awards Scholarship to first year University student
We are proud to be able to continue the educational development of local youngsters in this way and was delighted to be able to award first year University student Aimee Garnish from Dale with South Hook LNG’s 2019 Scholarship Award.
Following successful A Level results, Aimee, a former pupil of Milford Haven School, has just started a four-year Business Degree, with a focus on Human Resources at Surrey University. One of many local students to apply for the Terminal’s annual Scholarship, the written application also involved Aimee giving a presentation as to future career aspirations.
We are pleased that this Award continues to attract applications from a wide range of study disciplines. Aimee not only demonstrated her commitment to learning, but a strong passion for developing human resource, an area vital to retaining competency levels across industry.
Brought up in Dale, Aimee’s interest in the business environment began at an early age. Commenting on her chosen field of study, she said, “My interest in business has always been prominent in my life, starting from when my family ran our village pub in my younger years, to every part time job I've had since 2014.
Aimee said, “I've always expressed an interest in how a business works from behind the scenes and I'm finally able to put this interest into a degree and follow on to what will hopefully, become a successful career in Business/Human Resource Management. I would like to thank South Hook LNG for this brilliant opportunity and generous scholarship that will hugely help me throughout my studies at the University of Surrey.”
We wish Aimee all the best during her journey at university.
Photo Caption: Aimee, pictured with Hamad Al Samra General Manager South Hook LNG and representatives from the Terminal.