Two Mandurah residents secure sought after Alcoa graduate positions

Chemical engineering graduate Brendan Farrell (left) joined
Mandurah residents Mason Carr and Mara O’Grady on a tour of Alcoa’s Huntly mine site. Photo supplied.
Chemical engineering graduate Brendan Farrell (left) joined Mandurah residents Mason Carr and Mara O’Grady on a tour of Alcoa’s Huntly mine site. Photo supplied.

Two Mandurah residents have secured sought after graduate positions in chemical engineering. 

Mandurah residents and former Frederick Irwin Anglican School students Mason Carr and Mara O’Grady have accepted positions with Alcoa. 

For Mara, Alcoa has always been part of her life with her father working for the company in the nineties.

Read More:

The Mandurah residents were two out of nine graduates from Australia, who would spend the next three-years refining their career and leadership skills.

Alcoa would commence a recruitment drive for its 2019 graduate program in the second half of March, with applications closing in early April.