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Employees in some of Galway’s top companies recently welcomed fifth year students from local schools into their premises to give them a chance to see what it is really like to work there, as part of the Schools Business Partnership (SBP) which facilitates partnerships between schools and local businesses.
Two secondary schools in Westmeath have been twinned with local businesses, with the aim of helping young people stay in school and become more jobs-aware.
St Aloysius College has been partnered with Élan Pharmaceuticals in an ambitious business programme that aims to open a window to the world of work to young students and also to encourage students to stay in school and recognise the value of completing their education.
Five schools in County Mayo are twinning with locally based companies to give their students the business edge that will help them to develop their careers when they enter the workforce. That’s according to Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for Labour Affairs, Dara Calleary.
A Kilkenny school is twinning with a locally based company to give its students the business edge that will help them to develop their careers when they enter the workforce.