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JCI Mayo TOYP winners, Padraic Rocliffe, Laura Beston and Aaron Hannon, received further recognition last weekend when they were announced as three of JCI Ireland’s Top Outstanding Young People.
Students from St Muredach’s College in Ballina have qualified for the F1 in Schools World Finals in Melbourne next year. Their team ‘Annex Racing’ beat off stiff competition to take fourth place in the national finals held earlier this year.
What does a sailor, scientist and Ireland’s potential first astronaut have in common? They are three of the 2020 Ten Outstanding Young People in Mayo, according to Junior Chamber Ireland.
Students from St. Brigid’s College in Loughrea have qualified for the F1 in Schools World Finals in Melbourne next year. Their team ‘Quintolux’ beat off stiff competition to be crowned National Champions in the national finals held earlier this year, as well as winning ‘Best Social Media’ in the competition.
A notable achievement for Marist College secondary school was attained in recent times when six current students were selected to advance to the World F1 in Schools Finals to take place in Melbourne, Australia, next year.
For his determination and human-centered approach to design, Mayo native Aaron Hannon, Ireland has been selected as a 2020 JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World (JCI TOYP) Honoree in the category of Medical Innovation.
Mayo’s Best Young Entrepreneurs for 2019 and €50,000 investment fund winners were announced at an awards ceremony hosted by Local Enterprise Office Mayo earlier this month.
A young Ballina student is to have an asteroid named after him after finishing in first place at the Intel ISEF in America this week.
Since its establishment in 2008 Naughton Foundation Scholarships worth over €4million have been presented to 175 remarkable young people in the fields of science, engineering and technology in publicly funded third level institutions in Ireland, north and south.
Students from Jesus and Mary Secondary School in Gortnor Abbey picked up the third place award in the technology category of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Festival last weekend. Sarah Murphy and Mary Murphy picked up the bronze award for their 'Make a Mark - Sheep Marking Gun' project.