Business is booming at Newry Schools

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Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Business, Community
Students from Newry are preparing to start a business as they take part in the Company Programme with local charity Young Enterprise.

Students from Newtownhamilton High School show off their company at last year’s Young Enterprise Trade Fair event at Rushmere Shopping Centre with BBC Young Apprentice star Maria Doran

The Company Programme will see 16-18 year olds from Newtownhamilton High School, St Columban’s College, St Joseph’s High School and St Mark’s High School develop marketable products or services and business plans under the guidance of Volunteer Business Advisers from local businesses. The companies will then have the opportunity to sell their wares at specially organised Young Enterprise Trade Fairs across Northern Ireland. Young Enterprise Chief Executive, Carol Fitzsimons commented, “The Company Programme is the ultimate enterprise experience. It gives young people the opportunity to develop the skills they will need for a successful future in education, employment and enterprise through a hands-on ‘learning by doing’ approach”. The programme runs until the end of the academic year in May where a panel of Northern Ireland’s top businesspeople will decide the Company of the Year to represent Northern Ireland in the UK wide finals held in London in June. Visit YENI.co.uk to see how you can get involved with Young Enterprise, empowering young people with the skills and confidence to succeed in life and work. Young Enterprise NI is part funded by the Department of Education.

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