Raleigh 400 Workshop at Drapers Hall
The Raleigh 400 workshop, hosted by Drapers Hall was an academic experience that combined both the historical and modern perspectives on entrepreneurship. The workshop moved from explaining what an entrepreneur was to context on Raleigh and then to the question on if Raleigh could be considered a proper entrepreneur or not. The evening was not only informative but welcoming as it began and ended with the opportunity to network and talk about history with like-minded people. The evening was rounded off with a fascinating discussion with Prof. Margot Finn, President of the Royal Historical Society, who shared some fascinating insights and advice on choosing history at university, along with writing top quality personal statements.
Brianna Adedeji Y12
Posted on 12th December 2018