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A new mentoring programme for female entrepreneurs, designed to help them through the first challenging years of their new businesses, has been launched in Galway.
Four Westmeath students were among a group of nearly 300 young adults from across the world who attended the Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life (ASLFL) conference last week. The conference was run by Foróige, the National Youth Development Organisation, and ICCUSA Foundation Inc (Irish Chamber of Commerce, USA) at NUI Maynooth. Nathan Byrne (Kinnegad), Deirdre Campbell (Moate), and Sarah Claffey and Grace Farrell (both from Rosemount) secured a place for the week-long conference based on the strength of their written application supported by a nomination to attend from a youth worker or volunteer leader from the county.
Labour councillor Harry Barrett has welcomed the restoration of the minimum wage from €7.65 to €8.65.
Aware - Helping to Defeat Depression is currently seeking volunteers to train as support group facilitators in County Mayo.
THE CONTEMPO Quartet will headline a charity concert for victims of the recent earthquake, tsunami, and radiation tragedies in Japan.
Fourteen young boys and girls from Kilkenny College were presented their certificates on completion on Thursday May 19 at the final session of the Youth Leadership Program, sponsored by the Kilkenny Toastmasters Club.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has commenced its new Six Sigma course with a group of employees from local companies including Boston Scientific, Creganna, and Celestica.
HSE staff from community, mental health and disability services and Mayo General Hospital got together recently to take part in a major emergency exercise based on the scenario of a fire at a night club in Castlebar.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), following a comparative survey of its trolley watch figures for the first three months of each of the last six years, show that Mayo General Hospital is bucking the national trend, as trolley waits have almost halved from 2006 to 2011.
Level One, Galway’s successful serviced office company, is offering free support to new start-ups and growing businesses. Wishing to help stimulate business development in Galway, Level One is providing advice through established service providers in the areas of finance, IT, law, graphic design and web development.