Trinity Students Scoop 2013 Intel Women in Technology Scholarships
Posted on: 20 December 2013
Three Trinity students have been announced as recipients of Intel Ireland’s 2013 Women in Technology Scholarships.
Each of the scholars will receive a grant of €2,000 per annum as well as opportunities for work placements at the Intel Leixlip campus. They will also be assigned a mentor who is an Intel Leixlip employee to assist and provide advice on managing their academic career.
Intel scholars Romy Lynch, Ciara Maguire, Eleanor McSweeney, Claire Pentony and Alison Hennessy are pictured with their awards
The 2013 Intel Women in Technology scholars studying in Trinity are Ciara Maguire from Tipperary, Eleanor McSweeney from Dublin and Alison Hennessy from Cork. The other scholars are University College Dublin students Romy Lynch and Claire Pentony.
The five female students who have just began studying Science or Engineering courses were selected as the recipients of the scholarships.
The scholarship programme aims to encourage a new generation of high-achieving women to take up the challenge of a career in science and technology. Now in its second year, the programme forms part of a wider focus by Intel on empowering girls and women by fostering educational opportunities and encouraging females to participate, prosper, and lead in the global economy.