Career Options 2016

Fantastic Turnout for the Davitt College Career Options Event 2016

To meet specific needs of Post Primary students in Co. Mayo, Davitt College, Castlebar in partnership with the Education Working Group of Mayo Co. Council and the Mayo LEADER Partnership Company held its fourth very successful Career Options Event on Saturday 15th October 2016.  There was certainly something for everyone on the day at the Davitt College Joe Langan Sports Hall.  The exhibition provided an opportunity for second level students and their parents to access information regarding the wide range of education and training courses that are available in Third Level Education.  Over 1,200 people were present at this event and admission was free.

Career Options 2016 was a great example of partnership and collaboration in action. Over 30 Universities and Colleges throughout Ireland, UK and Europe were represented and there were presentations on the day from CAO, SUSI Grants, UCAS, HEAR and DARE.  There was also information available on Third Level Scholarships, Bursaries and Grants.

Ms. Bernie Rowland, Davitt College Principal, was delighted with the big turnout to the event. “There was a wealth of information available on the day to accommodate every interest – academic, creative and technical.”  “I feel students experience has been enriched and I hope parents and their sons and daughters are now better able to make informed decisions about future careers,” she said.  Strengthening existing partnerships with Third Level providers is a vision Davitt College has for the future and a spirit of collaboration was certainly evident on the day.  Sincere thanks is extended to the organising committee at Davitt College for their hard work and attention to detail.

 

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Ms. Bernie Lennon, Career Guidance Counsellor, Davitt College; Mr. Brian O’Malley, Davitt College Parents Council; Mr. Ger Murphy, Davitt College Parents Council; Ms. Bernie Rowland, Principal, Davitt College; Mr. Peter Duggan, Head of Finance, Mayo County Council; Ms. Ruth Carney, Manager of Career Options Event, Davitt College; Mr. Ger King, Deputy Principal, Davitt College attending the Career Options Event in Davitt College, Castlebar.

 

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Prospective students visit the University College Dublin stand at the Career Options Event in Davitt College, Castlebar

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Davitt College, Castlebar students Deirbhile Hughes, Nathalie Fundu, Sophie Rawson and Claire McHale proved to be excellent and informative guides at Career Options 2016 Event

 

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Prospective students visit the Trinity College, Dublin stand at the Career Options Event 2016 in Davitt College, Castlebar

 

 

 

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