Harriet Ingamells was named Boston College’s Outstanding Apprentice of the Year in a recent ceremony to honour its apprentices.
Harriet is an apprentice in ‘Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools’ with Gosberton Academy.
She said: “I was very surprised to have received the ‘Outstanding Apprentice of the Year’ award.
“It has helped me feel valued within my role and boosted my confidence.
“I am so lucky for the support I have received from Boston College and the relationship between the college and my employer.”
Of the college’s 450 apprentices, 16 were named apprentice of the year in their specific injury. They included local students Oliver Chapman whose work for Total World Fresh Solutions earned him the apprentice of the year for computing.
Megan Harvey won the same award for hairdressing working with Image International, Laura Hatfield works for Abbeygate Rest Home in Crowland and won the award for health and social care while the apprentice of the year for accounting was Lauren Newton.
Jo Maher, Boston College principal, said: “it was a great opportunity to celebrate the shared success of our hard working apprentices.
“They are all fantastic role models and we have every confidence that they will contribute successfully to our economic growth and prosperity.