St Joseph’s encourages students to explore their future careers
ST Joseph’s Secondary School in Rush has an ambitious programme in its school aimed at providing an opportunity to go to college for every student at the school who wants to.
In conjunction with the hugely successful College For Every Student (CFES) programme in St. Joseph’s Secondary School Rush, College Awareness Week ran at the school recently.
Second Year students were encouraged to take a look into their futures and were treated to a speed careers day, where they had the opportunity to speak with personnel from over 25 different professions such as a journalist, make-up artist, animal nutritionist, FAI coach and an auctioneer.
Throughout the week, speakers came in to talk about the wide range of options available to students beyond secondary school, including many 3rd level institutions and colleges like: Trinity College, DCU, DIT, DKIT, DIFE, NCAD, NCI, Plunkett’s College and Colaiste Dhulaigh.
Other options for intrigued students were also explored and highlighted thanks to talks from: the Gardaí; Dell on jobs in IT; apprenticeships with ESB; and Accounting Tech Ireland.
Well done to all the students and teachers involved in the running of another hugely successful College Awareness Week in St. Joseph’s.
Looking to the future at the St Joseph’s Secondary School College Awareness Week.
Looking ahead to the college years at St Joseph’s Secondary School in Rush.
Seeking advice at St Joseph’s Secondary School College Awareness Week.
Uniformed officers of the future at the St Joseph’s Secondary School College Awareness Week.
Considering a life in the Gardaí at College Awareness Week.
They are ‘College Aware’ at St Joseph’s Secondary School