DIT students get involved in 100 Minds fundraising campaign

DIT students get involved in 100 Minds fundraising campaign

28 November 2013: DIT students are involved in the 100 Minds fundraising campaign, which is made up of 100 of Ireland’s most driven undergraduate and undergraduate students.

Each person that takes part is set the target of fundraising €1,000 and the goal of the project is to collectively fundraise €100,000. The chosen charity for this first ever 100 Minds initiative is Temple Street Children’s Hospital, which cares and treats more than 130,000 sick Irish children every year.

The project also focuses on individuals gaining new skills from taking part.

DIT students who are involved in the project are Graham Clarke (Business Studies), Serena Gallagher (Business and Management), Colm Roche (MSc. Digital Marketing and Analytics), Michael Burke (Law postgraduate), Laura Lee (Event Management), Azeez Saeed (Business and Management), Geraldine Carton (Creative and Cultural Industries) and Eimear Kelleher (Marketing).

Undergraduates are encouraged to think creatively when brainstorming for potential fundraising ideas and are supported through a mentorship programme, with mentors made up of recent graduates now working in companies such as Google, PwC and Microsoft. Each mentor is assigned to a group of 10 participants.

Fundraising began on 11 November and each participant has an individual 100minds.org profile page. The closing date for fundraising will be in February.

For more info visit www.100minds.org.

DIT students get involved in 100 Minds fundraising campaign

28 November 2013: DIT students are involved in the 100 Minds fundraising campaign, which is made up of 100 of Ireland’s most driven undergraduate and undergraduate students.

Each person that takes part is set the target of fundraising €1,000 and the goal of the project is to collectively fundraise €100,000. The chosen charity for this first ever 100 Minds initiative is Temple Street Children’s Hospital, which cares and treats more than 130,000 sick Irish children every year.

The project also focuses on individuals gaining new skills from taking part.

DIT students who are involved in the project are Graham Clarke (Business Studies), Serena Gallagher (Business and Management), Colm Roche (MSc. Digital Marketing and Analytics), Michael Burke (Law postgraduate), Laura Lee (Event Management), Azeez Saeed (Business and Management), Geraldine Carton (Creative and Cultural Industries) and Eimear Kelleher (Marketing).

Undergraduates are encouraged to think creatively when brainstorming for potential fundraising ideas and are supported through a mentorship programme, with mentors made up of recent graduates now working in companies such as Google, PwC and Microsoft. Each mentor is assigned to a group of 10 participants.

Fundraising began on 11 November and each participant has an individual 100minds.org profile page. The closing date for fundraising will be in February.

For more info visit www.100‌s.org.

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