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Strabane students learn about future opportunities at Careers Fair

Strabane students get insight into career opportunities

Strabane Secondary School pupils took advantage of the opportunity to learn more about their future opportunities locally at a specially arranged careers fair in Melvin Sports Complex which was attended by Derry City and Strabane District Mayor, Cr Michaela Boyle,

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YOUTH BUSINESS CHARTER. . . .The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Michaela Boyle pictured with some of the young people who have signed up to the Youth Business Charter, during an event at Holywell Trust, Bishop Street on Wednesday afternoon. Included, front from left are Aiden O'Donnell, Lauren Harkin, Matthew Stewart, Kaine Henderson and Mary Jo O'Kane. At back are Caitriona Doherty, Nicky Gillese and Jackie Parkington, DCSDC.

Council champions Youth Business Charter

The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Michaela Boyle pictured with some of the young people who have signed up to the Youth Business Charter - a year-long programme dedicated to young people between the ages of 12 and 24. Signing the Youth Charter on behalf of Council, Cr Boyle said the Charter is a fantastic initiative aimed at engaging and empowering young people through their participation in the development of events and initiatives for Youth 19.The purpose of the Charter is to highlight the positive work being carried out by employers in helping young people find a pathway to employment.The Youth Business Charter was successfully developed and agreed by 20 young people.

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Finneen Bradley, manager of North West Regional College's Careers Academy.

Results panic? Don't - just take time to make your next decision

As thousands of young people across the North West prepare to receive their GCSE and A Level results, Manager of North West Regional College’s award winning Careers Academy, Finneen Bradley, has advice for all those making that next step on their future path.   
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