Clare’s student entrepreneurs get down to business

Clare’s student entrepreneurs get down to business

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L-R St Annes Community College Killaloe students Katie Tynan, Ballina, Ciaran Sheedy, Ogonnelloe, Anna Spaight, Bridgetown, Maeve Og O’Leary, Ballina and Aoife Power, Killaloe, with Padraic McElwee, Head of Enterprise, during the Clare LEO Student Enterprise Awards Induction Day at Treacys West County Hotel Ennis.Pic Arthur Ellis.
L-R St Annes Community College Killaloe students Katie Tynan, Ballina, Ciaran Sheedy, Ogonnelloe, Anna Spaight, Bridgetown, Maeve Og O’Leary, Ballina and Aoife Power, Killaloe, with Padraic McElwee, Head of Enterprise, during the Clare LEO Student Enterprise Awards Induction Day at Treacys West County Hotel Ennis.Pic Arthur Ellis.

Clare Local Enterprise Office has officially launched its 2015/2016 Student Enterprise Awards Competition with three induction days.

The induction days were held in The Armada Hotel, Spanish Point and in Treacys West County Hotel, Ennis.

Schools from all corners of the county will take part this year and include schools from Gaelcholáiste an Chláir, Rice College, Ennis Community, College St Flannan’s College, Coláiste Mhuire (Ennis), Mary Immaculate Secondary School (Lisdoonvarna), St. Joseph’s Secondary School (Spanish Point), St. Joseph’s Secondary School (Tulla), St Michael’s Community College (Kilmihill), Scariff Community College (Scariff), St Anne’s Community College (Killaloe), St John Bosco Community College (Kildysart),  Shannon Comprehensive School, St Caimin’s Community School (Shannon), Kilrush Community School (Kilrush), Ennistymon Community College and Scoil Mhuire (Ennistymon).

The events were organized by Clare Local Enterprise Office to support and inspire culture of entrepreneurship throughout the county.

The County Clare Student Enterprise Awards will take on the 9th February in Treacys West County Hotel.

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