4,000 TY students sign up for I Wish festival
Events in Cork City Hall and Dublin's RDS encourage young women to consider Stem careers
The I Wish festival, which encourages young women to consider careers in science, technology, engineering, and maths (Stem), has seen over 4,000 transition-year students sign up for its events this month.
The initiative, which is supported by Science Foundation Ireland, has branched out this year, with events as usual in Cork City Hall on February 9 and 10, and also this year in the RDS Dublin on February 13 and 14.
The I Wish showcase events comprise of both a...
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