Student Enterprise Awards 2016

Student Enterprise Awards 2016

Since last September, 22,000 budding entrepreneurs from 620 secondary schools have been researching, setting up and running their own enterprises, with support from their Local Enterprise Offices. At the National Finals in Croke Park, 201 students from 76 different enterprises were competing in the biggest competition of its kind in the country. The 2016/2017 programme starts in September, with full details available at www.studententerprise.ie. Photo: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

14-year-olds Sean Og Harrigan, left, and Oisin McLaughlin of Inish Woodworking from ScoiIntermediate Winner SEA 2016l Mhuire Buncrana and supported by the Local Enterprise Office Donegal won the top award in the Intermediate Category at this year's Local Enterprise Offices' Student Enterprise Awards National Finals in Croke Park. 


Pictured, from left, Mary Freeman, Kate O'Reilly, Ava Cadden and Emily Finegan and theirJunior Winner SEA enterprise A.M.O.R. Stirrup Guide, a modified stirrup tread used to help foot positioning of the horse rider, from St. Oliver Post Primary in Oldcastle, Co. Meath and supported by the Local Enterprise Office Meath won the top award in the Junior Category at this year's Local Enterprise Offices' Student Enterprise Awards National Finals in Croke Park. 

 


Luke Byrne (16) of Headphone Helpers from Colaiste Chraobh Abhann in Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow won the top award in the Senior Category at this year's Local Enterprise Offices' Student EnterprSenior Winner SEA Awards 2016ise Awards National Finals in Croke Park. 

 

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