Wrapping Up in Dublin

Uncategorized - May 22, 2014

Regina Moran, CEO of Fujitsu Ireland and Tommy Brown, Deputy Principal with Ringsend College tell us what they enjoyed about The Schools’ Business Partnership as the academic year comes to an end.

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“I have found the partnership with St. Joseph’s personally uplifting and motivating. We have learned as much from the students as I hope they have learned from us. If our involvement inspires them to choose our sector, particularly the girls, that would be fantastic.” – Regina Moran, CEO, Fujitsu Ireland.

BOS Cisco System Ringsend Site Visit 5“Our partnership with Cisco Systems through BITC is a hugely important link to industry for Ringsend College. Our LVCP 5th and 6th Year students have had the opportunity to visit Cisco offices to find out about the business, take part in mock interviews and generally find out more about how to go about finding the right employment for them. Tony Davitt and his colleagues have been fantastic with the students and their relaxed professionalism is something that the kids are hugely impressed by. No hassle, no fuss, the guys just engage with the students and the students respond positively to this.” – Tommy Brown, Deputy Principal, Ringsend College.

Photo: Top; Anita O’Grady from Fujitsu and a student at the Wrap Up session between St. Joseph’s Secondary School Rush and Fujitsu Ireland.
Bottom; Ringsend College with Tony Davitt, Technical Solutions Architect Sales, Cisco Systems Internetworking (Ireland) in April 2014