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View this years scheduled of over 20 speakers. These speakers provide valuable experience for all students over two days.

#day 1

14
September
10:30
Lecturer / Practitioner - Wrexham Glyndwr University
"The rewards of working in Mental Health"
Neil Robdale
10:40
Senior Quantity Surveyor with Arcadis Design & Consultancy
"Design your career from the ground up"
Ciaran Gorham
11:50
Harper  Adams University
"Who are Harper Adams University"
Nicola Davies
11:00
Principal Lecturer for Health Care and Social Work - Bucks New University
"Careers in the Healthcare Professions"
Steven  Pearce
11:10
Uk, Ireland & Switzerland Country Manager - Crimson Education
"How to gain Admission to Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge and Beyond!"
Carina Cunha
11:20
CEO - Eco Unesco
"Engaging and Empowering Young People around Climate Action"
Elaine Nevin
11:30
Church & Community Engagement Officer - Habit for Humanity
"Solid Ground - Housing is the key to empowerment, inclusion and equality"
Peter Graham
11:40
Principal & Guidance Counsellor - Dunboyne College
“Progression to third level & employment through further Education”
Denis Leonard & Maeve Nimmo
11:50
Further Education & Training Manager - ETBI
“Further Education & Training – Your Future is whatever you make it”
James Eustace
12:00
Hr Manager - ABP RathKeale
"Pathways to your Future"
Sinead O'Carroll
12:20
Head of Technical Service and Customer Care with Volkswagen Group Ireland
‘The Automotive Industry – My Career’
Ger Boyle
12:30
DKIT Schools Outreach Graduate Brand Ambassador
"Student Experience & Knowledge Outside the Classroom"
Ciara Brannigan
12:50
Edel Hesnan – Operations Manager
“The New Tech Apprenticeship – Your pathway to a rewarding Career”
FIT
13:10
Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist – IACP
“Counselling for Young People”
Eamon Fortune – IACP
13:40
Competence Development Manager with ESB Networks DAC
“Promoting Gender balance in Technical Apprenticeships”
Keith Kavanagh
14:00
CEO - Belong To
“Stand Up! Against LGBTI+ bullying in schools”
Monnine Griffith
14:20
Manager & Director dlr Mill Theatre
Schools Education Programmes at dlr Mill Theatre
Kate Canning

#day 2

15
September
10:30
Industrial Relations Officer - SIMI
“Apprenticeships & Careers in the Motor Industry"
Colin Walsh
11:00
CEO – St. Patricks’ Mental Health Services
“Minding your Selfie – the key to mentally healthy living”
Paul Gilligan
11.30
UK, Ireland & Switzerland Country Manager - Crimson Education
"How to Gain Admission to Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge and Beyond!"
Carina Cunha
11:50
Further Education & Training Manager - ETBI
“Further Education & Training – Your Future is whatever you make it”
James Eustace
12:00
Senior HR Manager - Slaney Foods
“Pathways to your Future”
Jennifer Scully
12.40
Helen Johnston – Apprentice Recruitment Officer
“The New Tech Apprenticeship – Your pathway to a rewarding Career”
FIT
13.10
Apprenticeship Project Manager – Freight Transport Association
“Logistics Associate Apprenticeship”
Anna Gorecka
13.30
An Chomhordaitheoir Gaeilge le Conradh na Gaeilge
“An Ghaeilge lasmuigh den seomra ranga”
Siomha Ni Ruairc
13.50
National Coordinator GAA Future Leaders Programme
“GAA / PDST- Future Leaders Programme”
Eoghan Hanley
14.00
Career Guidance Counsellor – Liberties College
"Creating a Sustainable Future Through FET"
Carmel Buckley
14.10
Manager & Director dlr Mill Theatre
Schools Education Programmes at dlr Mill Theatre
Kate Canning

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