Bert joined Moog after he had already finished school, realising that more traditional further education wasn’t right for him and that he wanted a more hands-on approach to learning.
Having been interested in engineering from a young age, Charlie was looking to join a company that would nurture her and help her grow. She found the Moog spirit of camaraderie and support to be just what she needed to reach her potential.
As part of Moog Aircraft Group’s Manufacturing division, Dan helps produce a variety of our aircraft and aerospace valves, actuation components and more.
With an interest in mechanics, James wanted to find a job that would let him use some of the skills he had learnt throughout the years without turning his hobby into a career. An engineering apprenticeship at Moog was the ideal choice.
Sophie started her journey at Moog after a year’s engineering course at college, giving her the chance to ensure a career in engineering was the right choice.
When thinking about his future career, James wanted to get started in a place that would give him the hybrid benefits of college learning and hands-on experience in the workplace.
Jessica applied for an apprenticeship as part of a career change – moving from pulling pints in her local pub to creating the electronic components that power some of Moog’s most advanced technology.
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