Building Donegal’s future in ICT/FinTech Info evening

The Donegal ICT/FinTech Working Group is comprised of many of the leading international employers based in the county including Pramerica, Optum, SITA, Randox, Gartan Technologies and is supported by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT).

The working group is hosting two events on the 11 and 18 of October aimed at Parents, Guidance Teachers and Principals. The companies will highlight the career opportunities in a range of disciplines including IT, finance, business, marketing, engineering, law, design and sciences. LYIT and Donegal ETB will also promote their wide range of programmes that support these industry needs.

If you are interested in finding out more, why not come along to one of their upcoming events.

  • Thursday 11 October at 6pm in the Radisson Hotel, Letterkenny. Register to attend the Letterkenny event by clicking HERE
  • Thursday 18 October at 6pm in the Abbey Hotel, Donegal Town. Register to attend the Donegal Town event by clicking HERE

 

Ciaran Coyle receives Mulroy College Bursary

Ciaran Coyle, student from Mulroy College who is starting a degree in education in Marino College in Dublin, receiving a bursary to support his further education. This bursary has been donated to the College from a past student of the college who wanted to give something back to assist and support others in their future education. Both the College and Ciaran’s family are very grateful for this kind and generous donation which will become an annual bursary for a 6th year student. 
Picture above: Deputy Principal Catherine McHugh, Freda Coyle, Ciaran Coyle and Principal Fiona Temple.

 

It is with great sadness that we have learned of the death of our dear, dear friend & colleague, Paddy Gallagher. Paddy represented everything that is good about Mulroy College & was the very fabric of our school. He will be sorely missed by everyone in our community.

Removal today (Sunday) from Donegal Hospice at 3pm to his home at Mount Marian, Milford. Funeral on Tuesday at 12 noon in St. Peter’s Church, Milford.

You will be forever in our hearts, Paddy. Rest in peace ❤️

James presents to the Minster for Education

Our senior student James Sweeney who was one of 10 students to participate in the Mentoring Programme with Pramerica recently addressed a large crowd in Dublin to talk about his experiences on the programme. The Minister for Education was in attendance. Well done James! He is pictured here with Minister Richard Bruton and Annemarie Shields from Pramerica along with a representative from Business in The Community.