The trust website, which can be used as a one-stop-shop for anyone wanting to find out more about working at GWH or in the Swindon community, has also been rebranded to mark the campaign launch.
It now features the unique stories of how each of the stars of the campaign came to work for the Trust - from what it was that first inspired them to look towards a career in healthcare to the route they took to land the job they’d always wanted.
Student nurses Grace Brown and Ellie Spanton also feature in the campaign.
"I always wanted to be a nurse," said 23-year-old Oxford Brookes University student Grace Brown.
Along with friend Ellie Spanton, the pair are just two of more than 100 students from the Swindon-based university who are currently working with staff and patients at the Great Western Hospital to gain the skills and experience needed to gain full nursing registration.
"I live in Swindon, so being able to do my on-the-ward training at GWH is perfect as it means I don't have to travel far and can do all my studying while living at home," said Grace.
Ellie agreed: "This is my local hospital, it's right on my doorstep and I don't have to bother with complicated travel arrangements. With everything else going on in my studies, it's one less thing to worry about."
Currently, more than 80 per cent of graduating nurses from Oxford Brookes will start their NHS career on the wards at GWH.
"Every ward I've worked on has been so welcoming and the support I've received from staff has been invaluable. I can't wait to come back when I'm fully qualified," said Grace.