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Vivienne Noonan

Vivienne Noonan

Hi, I'm Vivienne from County Tipperary. I recently completed my Bachelor of Science with concurrent Bachelor of Education in Science Education from University College Cork.
Sara Hurley

Sara Hurley

Hi, I'm Sara and I'm from County Cork. I recently completed my Bachelor of Science in Science Education degree in University College Cork. My specialism subjects are Biology and Science.
Paul Scally

Paul Scally

I would like to take the opportunity to work in an STEM company or industry to experience some of the roles and jobs that my future students will go into.
Aisling Quinn

Aisling Quinn

I have always had a passion for mathematics and teaching.

Niamh Finnegan

Hi, I'm Niamh and I am from Roscommon. I recently completed my Bachelor of Science with concurrent Teacher Education at the University of Limerick.

Sarah Stafford

It provides a fantastic opportunity to gain insight and experiences whilst further enhancing my skills as a teacher so that I can inspire and encourage future generations of STEM professionals.
Aisling McDermot

Aisling McDermott

I hope to bring what I learn from this programme into the primary classroom.
Amy Kerins

Amy Kerins

I hope that I will learn new skills and build connections that will aid me in developing innovative ideas for teaching and learning as well as inspiring students to create a future workforce in STEM.
Brendan Lynch

Brendan Lynch

Hi, my name is Brendan. I recently completed my Bachelor of Technology (Education) at the University of Limerick. My subject specialisms are Materials and Engineering Technology.
Chris Burke

Chris Burke

I want to bring real word science and technology experience back into the classroom.
Clodagh Murray

Clodagh Murray

I have a passion for digital learning and I hope to bring all of my new learnings back into my own classroom this year.
Emma Kincaid

Emma Kincaid

I wanted to further develop my programming skills as well as to gain some industry experience and insight which could be shared in the classroom.
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