GERRY CARLILE TEAMS WITH BBC FOR SUPER ASSEMBLY
Evolve director, Gerry Carlile, spoke at Boys' Model School Belfast on Tuesday 16th May, for the 'Make It; Super Assembly'.
'Make It' is a BBC project to help students decide on career paths, and to increase aspiration to realise their full potential. The assembly targeted pupils who are struggling to figure out 'what next?', especially those interested ina career in the Public Relations industry or as an entrepreneur.
Speaking about the highlights of his career so far, he said writing his autobiography in 2014 was one of them."That was something I wanted to do. I wanted to show other people, not from a traditional business background, that with a bit of luck you can achieve things."
He hosted Super Assembly to tell young people how to develop that successful mind-set, and to explain how your passion can kick start a fantastic career.
You can watch the programme here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p052bn8r
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was a roaring success!
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