Loreto Clonmel students participate in ‘Success Skills’

Just some of the Junior Achievers this year at Loreto Secondary School, Clonmel.
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Transition Year students from Loreto Secondary School, Clonmel took part in a Junior Achievement ‘Success Skills’ programme in conjunction with Boston Scientific.

The programme develops students’ interpersonal effectiveness and problem-solving strategies necessary for the workplace.

In this school year, Boston Scientific has partnered with Junior Achievement to bring a range of educational programmes from Senior Infants level in Primary school to Secondary level to more than 580 students the Clonmel area. Junior Achievement is a national not for profit organisation who encourages young people to remain in education and teach them the skills they need to succeed in a changing world.

22 Boston Scientific volunteers have taught programmes in local schools in this school year.


Ronan Douglas

Development Officer, Junior Achievement