Moyle Park Careers Day a big success
As part of College Awareness Week 2022, Moyle Park College hosted a Careers Fair. The aim of the fair was to provide opportunities for students to discuss career paths.
There was a diverse range of careers in attendance such as Engineering, Accountancy, Law, Business, Finance, Science, Apprenticeships, Art and Education along with representatives from the Emergency Services, the Fire Brigade, Paramedics and the Gardaí.
The college welcomed back a host of past pupils, parents and members of the local community to discuss their careers with their senior students.
In attendance on the day were; Robert Grimes, Leaving Certificate Class of 1998, who is working as a lawyer for Lighthouse Studios in Kilkenny; Michael Bergin, Class of 2004 who is now working as a private equity headhunter for Carpenter Farraday and Stephen McCarthy, 2004 graduate who is Vice President of the State Street American Investment Bank.
Muhamed Sabic, 2014 graduate, who works as a website designer; Sean Mooney, 2009 graduate, now a solicitor with A&L Goodbody and Daniel Da Silva graduated in 2016, is a trainee solicitor with McCann Fitzgerald were alos in attendance.
Matthew Kelly and Darragh Murray, 2020 graduates came back for the event too.
Matthew is currently doing an internship with Morgan Stanley, while Darragh is doing his internship with Mazars.
Bobby O’ Byrne from NCAD spoke to the students of his experience to date in college.
The college also welcomed Adam and Lee Molloy, 2016 graduates.
Adam works as a life coach, while Lee provides technical support for a French market.
Moyle Park also had a wonderful representation from the emergency services.
Laurence Ging, 2009 graduate, represented Dublin Fire Brigade, Rob and Tristan O’Brien represented Paramedics and local Gardaí were represented by JJ Walsh and Brendan Crawford.
The college was also delighted to welcome Jason Murphy, father of Cianan in 5th Year LCVP who represented Stanley Security and Helen Forrester, mother of Eoghan, also in 5th Year LCVP who represented J&S Automotive.
“It is wonderful to see faces who once walked the corridors of the College, return to pass on the wisdom of their experience to the next generation,” says Carmel Roche, LCVP Teacher.