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Enterprise Interns

The role of the Intern is to actively support, promote & develop a spirit of Enterprise & Self-Employment amongst students attending CIT. This entails the implementation of a range of new initiatives, activities and competitions which support this goal. The interns encourage students to voice their ideas and to create a sense enthusiasm around their product/service. The interns are actively involved in the CIT Business and Enterprise Society, which helps students kick-start their business idea.

Sorcha Mac Mahon

Sorcha Mac Mahon holds a Bachelor of Music from CIT's Cork School of Music and has recently completed a Certificate in Digital Marketing from CIT. Sorcha is currently pursuing a Masters in PR and New Media. Sorcha is enthusiastic about encouraging entrepreneurship and helping others achieve their full potential.

Sorcha.MacMahon@cit.ie

 

Ellen Cahill

Ellen has just completed a BBus (Hons) in Business Information Systems, after four years in this degree she decided to specialize in Marketing.  While working as the Enterprise Intern she's currently pursuing a Master’s in Marketing  Practice. As entrepreneurship is a huge interest to Ellen she hope to spread this interest among the students of CIT. 

Ellen.cahill@cit.ie

 

Dylan Hennessy- Enterprise Intern Faculty of Engineering and Science

Dylan holds a degree in Recreation and Leisure Management and a Bachelor of Business, both from CIT. As the enterprise intern based in the Faculty of Engineering and Science, he works closely with the Rubicon centre to complete the shared goal of promoting entrepreneurship within CIT. Dylan is currently undergoing a Masters in Global Business Practice. As a previous County Student Enterprise Awards Winner, he has developed multiple successful business ventures and looks to use this experience to encourage entrepreneurship amongst the younger generation.

Dylan.Hennessy@cit.ie

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