Student Enterprise Programme 2018

Student Enterprise Programme 2019/2020 Commences

We are delighted to announce that the Student Enterprise Programme for 2019/2020 has commenced!

The Student Enterprise Programme is an educational and fun-packed initiative that teaches second level students what it’s really like to be an entrepreneur, to set up and run their own business over the course of the academic year.

SEP Cavan 2019

At the Teacher Briefing Day held last Wednesday 11th September were; Back Row L-R: Colm McCormick - Virginia College; Grace Talbot - Coláiste Dún an Rí; Lisa Quinn - St. Mogues College; Yvonne Smith - St. Patrick’s College; Karen McQuillan - St Bricin's College; Tanya Argue - Royal School and Dale Robertson - Royal School. Front Row L-R: Francis Verling - SEP Co-Ordinator; Tara Smith, Business Advisor at Local Enterprise Office Cavan; Evelyn Kelly – Breifne College and Fionnuala Rogers – SEP Mentor.

For information on the programme, please visit: www.studententerprise.ie

The Student Enterprise Programme is an educational and fun-packed initiative that teaches second level students what it’s really like to be an entrepreneur and set up and run their own business over the course of the academic year.

About the Student Enterprise Programme:

Each year an average of 26,000 second level students from all over Ireland take part and find out what it is like to be their own boss and how to run a business, experiencing all the ups and downs of entrepreneurship along the way! The Programme complements the business studies curriculum at both junior and senior level and is a rewarding experience for students, giving them the freedom to develop their business concepts to the fullest. Students can enter either individually or as part of a team.

 

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