Take a look at their achievements...
Chris Small, 20, Levenshulme
Chris worked in Safeguarding and the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (MREH) and has secured a paid job in MREH. See Chris' update a few months after his graduation.
MREH’s Denise Peers, said: I’m very pleased with Chris, he has become a very liked and pleasant member of our team. He works well and has gained lots of experience.
Catherine Neilson, 22, Clayton
Catherine has worked in Saint Mary’s Hospital, Ward 76 in the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital (RMCH) and Sodexo Café.
Shirley, who works in Saint Mary’s, said: I find Catherine very pleasant and happy. She works well and does the tasks she is set.
Michael Linley, 19, Wythenshawe
Michael has worked in out-patients in RMCH, Pharmacy and Sodexo retail outlets. He has secured paid employment with Sodexo.
Jeannette Adrian, of Pharmacy, said: Michael has settled in well with the stores team and is more than happy to do any task.
Ryan Palmer, 19, Clayton
Ryan has worked in Pharmacy and Theatres. It is likely that he will get a paid job in Pharmacy.
Procurement Manager David Gardener said: Ryan has learned about our stock and reordering for theatres. He has really improved on his confidence.
James Ward, 22, Crumpsall
James has worked in the University Dental Hospital of Manchester and Sterile Services where he has now secured a paid job.
Claire Wild, of Sterile Services, said: I have thoroughly enjoyed working with James; he is a very polite, inquisitive young man who is a pleasure to have working in our department.
Ben Doyle, 19, Wythenshawe
Ben has worked on meet and greet in RMCH, Ward 76 in RMCH, and Sodexo restaurant.
Ward 76 Administration Manager Irene Rhodes said: Ben is very pleasant and polite to patients, parents and staff. He is very helpful and gets on with his work.