100 students descend on UCC for final of Cork City Schools Enterprise Programme
Over 100 students from nine schools across Cork have descended on UCC today for the final of the Cork City Schools Enterprise Programme.
Among the exhibitions being judged are a cultural cookbook and a guide How to Programme and Code designed by students at Nagle Community College in Mahon and Tango Tamer which is a kit to remove fake tan created by students at St Aloysius Girls School.
The overall winning team will represent Cork City's Local Enterprise Office at national level in Croke Park in May.
Speaking to RedFM News teacher at St Aloysius Claire O'Brien says students have shown their ingenuity:
Coordinator of the Student Enterprise Programme in Cork City Teresa Mulvihill told RedFM News it's a great opportunity for any student:
Interview with teachers: Anthony Malone, Colaiste An Spioraid Naoimh, Nicholas O'Keeffe Nagle Community College and Claire O'Brien, St. Aloysius Girls School.
Interview with Teresa Mulvihill, Coordinator of the Student Enterprise Programme in Cork City
Interview with Olive Guerin, (Cork City LEO)
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