Teens mean business

By Amy Lewis

Published 29/10/2016 | 00:00

Students from the Loreto who were presented with Waterford IT/BSTAI Junior Certificate Awards, for achieving an 'A' grade in their Junior Certificate Honours Business Studies. Standing, from left - Katelyn Beattie, teacher. Sadhbh Murphy, Ava Grant, Tiana Smith, Sadhbh Cullinane, Aisling Gouldson, Alex Gunning, Tara Lambert, Rachael Berry, Alan Murphy, teacher and Dr.Thomas O'Toole, Head of School of Business WIT; front - Jade Roche, Amy Richards, Emily Homan, Aoife Cardiff, Anna Harpur, Eimear Clarke and Grace Barry.
Students from the Loreto who were presented with Waterford IT/BSTAI Junior Certificate Awards, for achieving an 'A' grade in their Junior Certificate Honours Business Studies. Standing, from left - Katelyn Beattie, teacher. Sadhbh Murphy, Ava Grant, Tiana Smith, Sadhbh Cullinane, Aisling Gouldson, Alex Gunning, Tara Lambert, Rachael Berry, Alan Murphy, teacher and Dr.Thomas O'Toole, Head of School of Business WIT; front - Jade Roche, Amy Richards, Emily Homan, Aoife Cardiff, Anna Harpur, Eimear Clarke and Grace Barry.
Students from the Presentation Secondary School who were presented with Waterford IT/BSTAI Junior Certificate Awards, for achieving an 'A' grade in their Junior Certificate Honours Business Studies (from left) - Joan McDonald HOD, Management & Organisation WIT, Aoife Fielding, Aishlinn Hickey, Megan Dempsey, Shauna Whelan-Buckley and Ciaran Walsh, teacher.
Daniel Leech from Enniscorthy Vocational College who was presented with a Waterford Institute of Technology/BSTAI Junior Certificate Award, for achieving an 'A' grade in their Junior Certificate Honours Business Studies. He is pictured with Prof Denis Harrington, Head of School of Graduate Business WIT and teacher Aileen Walsh. Photo Sean Byrne//Deise Media
Students from Our Lady of Lourdes, New Ross, who were presented with Waterford Institute of Technology/BSTAI Junior Certificate Awards, for achieving an 'A' grade in their Junior Certificate Honours Business. Pictured are Dr.Thomas O'Toole, Head of School of Business WIT; Roisin Power, Malgorzata Biernacka and Helen Maher, Teacher. Photo Sean Byrne//Deise Media
Students from St.Marys Secondary School, New Ross who were presented with Waterford Institute of Technology/BSTAI Junior Certificate Awards, for achieving an 'A' grade in their Junior Certificate Honours Business Studies.Standing from left: Eithne Forde, Teacher; Katie O'Mahony, Lisa Murphy, Cora Murphy, Ailish Doyle and Dr Derek O'Byrne, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Registrar, WIT. Seated from left Amy Roberts, Grace Mullally and Aoife Burke. Photo Sean Byrne//Deise Media

The region's top young business minds were celebrated in Waterford recently at a Junior Cert Award Ceremony hosted by WIT and the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland.

Students from Loreto Wexford, Presentation College, Enniscorthy Vocational College, Our Lady of Lourdes New Ross and St Mary's New Ross were given awards for receiving an A grade in Junior Certificate Higher level Business Studies this year. The Chairperson of BSTAI Pat Younger and Registrar of WIT Dr. Derek O' Byrne presented students with a certificate of achievement while their business teachers received recognition plaques. They were some of 260 students from 46 schools in the region to be given awards for their top marks.

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