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Carrick College students Emma Dines, Mackenzie Waite and Jordan Griffin attended an enterprise workshop at the Queen's University Belfast organised by the IFA. INCT 01-793-CON

Carrick College students Emma Dines, Mackenzie Waite and Jordan Griffin attended an enterprise workshop at the Queen's University Belfast organised by the IFA. INCT 01-793-CON

Three enterprising young students from Carrickfergus College have been developing their business potential in Belfast.

Year 10 pupils Emma Dines, Mackenzie Waite and Jordan Griffin recently attended an enterprise workshop at the Queen’s University of Belfast organised by the Irish Football Association.

The workshop was hosted by Invest NI and covered topics such as presentation, selling skills and the benefits of e-commerce.

A college spokesperson explained: “Students gained a wealth of knowledge on the day which they will be able to put into practice both inside and outside school in their quest to become the future entrepreneurs of Northern Ireland.

“The pupils were picked as they had preciously shown amazing potential in this area through the IFA Enterprise Challenge.”

 
 
 

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