Jennifer’s journey to Moog was a little different than most – after leaving school following A-levels, she wasn’t sure what industry she wanted to go into, and began her Moog apprenticeship at 21 instead.
Laura, an Engineering Technician at Moog Aircraft Group, began her apprenticeship at Moog after graduating from local secondary school Tewkesbury School. A talented engineer with a passion for programming, Laura was recently awarded second place at the GTA England Apprentice of the Year awards for Engineering, which received applications from 12,500 young engineers.
After visiting Moog for his high school work experience, Luke was on the lookout for an opportunity with the company after finishing his A-levels.
Moog Apprentice Sophie started at Moog Aircraft Group straight after finishing school at age 16, inspired by the advertising for apprenticeships she’d seen during her time at Tewkesbury School. As part of the Test Equipment department, Sophie ensures that each test rig is perfectly calibrated – a crucial part of Moog’s product development process.
Tom started his apprenticeship at Moog later than other candidates, after having been in a different job for a few years in a role he was unhappy with. He decided to make a change and apply for a position at Moog, where he’s been given the room and support to learn and grow.
Following his GCSEs, Will started as an apprentice on the shop floor, but has ambitions to become part of the Product Engineering team. As a keen petrolhead, Will’s looking forward to the opportunities that Moog’s apprenticeships can provide, including real practical experience on motorsport projects.