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Bronagh Walsh

Tell us about yourself

My name is Bronagh and I’m a Mathematics and Biology secondary school teacher. I have a BSc and MSc in Biology, Mathematics and Education from University College Dublin. I been teaching in a co-ed school in the south east of Ireland for the last four years. I have previously taught in Dublin schools also. In the past I worked as a manager of international summer camps in Dublin. I really enjoy my role as a teacher but equally enjoy managing projects and sites like I did in this position. As part of the STInt program I hope to get an insight into the world of STEM that exists outside of the classroom. I hope that I will gain beneficial experiences which I can bring to the classroom and share with my students.

I applied to the STInt Programme because...

I am applying for the internship as I think it would enhance the quality of teaching I can deliver in the classroom going forward. It is also an opportunity to get an insight into careers involving STEM and project management outside of the teaching profession. Though I really enjoy teaching I’ve always had a desire to try out other career options. In particular I want to experience roles involving working as a team to manage projects and possibly working with clients. I believe my STEM background will be of benefit to me if I was to work in a role similar to one described. I have an abundance of experience with data analyzing and organsiation.

STInt host

Bank of Ireland is the leading financial services provider in Ireland with a growing consumer financial services offering in the UK. We also have significant corporate banking and treasury businesses serving customers across Ireland, UK, Europe and the USA. For over 230 years, we have been helping people and businesses with all their financial needs – providing everything from current accounts to corporate finance. We were the first bank in Ireland to introduce ATMs, phone banking, online banking and mobile banking.

Bronagh Walsh
Bank Of Ireland
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