Creating a Meaningful Impact
Get to know Shell’s recent Graduate Programme alumna, Ryan Moody, as she shares her experience and achievements in the Shell Graduate Programme and how she acts as a role model to aspiring engineers as the National President of Shell’s New Professional Network (NPN).
Title: Shell Graduate Programme | Ryan Moody
Duration: 0:30 seconds
Short video featuring Shell Graduate Programme alumna, Ryan Moody
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DO BIG THINGS THROUGH THE SHELL GRADUATE PROGRAMME
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JUST LIKE RECENT GRADUATE RYAN MOODY
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A DEEP-WATER ENGINEER AND THE PRESIDENT OF A NATIONAL EMPLOYEE NETWORK
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THAT MENTORS THOUSANDS OF YOUNG ENGINEERS.
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“SHELL HAS ENABLED ME TO GIVE BACK IN WAYS THAT I FIND MEANINGFUL”
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I work in a group called deep-water projects, doing chemical engineering things similar to what I did in college, but with fewer hand-written calculations.
My favourite part of the Shell Graduate Programme is that it’s a good balance of Shell-directed and self-directed learning -- so you can get grounded in the business you’re hired into, but also focus on other things that interest you.
Since I’m relatively new, I’ve been able to provide a fresh set of eyes and challenge the way we’ve always done things in several aspects of projects I’ve worked on, from safety, design, and efficiency perspectives.
I’m sometimes afraid of being vulnerable in exposing a knowledge gap in a company full of intelligent people. But by asking the “naïve question”, it has always lead me to learn more and sometimes resulted in an improved outcome for the project.