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Apply to be one of 100 students taking part in 100minds

The initiative will see undergraduate students across the country raise money for Temple Street Children's Hospital


Written by Hannah Byrne | View this authors Twitter page and posted in news


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100minds is back for their fifth year, bringing together Ireland’s best and brightest undergrads to raise money for charity. Last year, 100minds raised over €142,000 for Temple Street Children’s Hospital, helping to build a new satellite classroom for children in St. Gabriel’s Ward.

This year, the challenge is back for 100 students to raise €1000 each for Temple Street, using their project management and communication skills to come up with a fundraising project that will raise funds in new and creative ways.

All participants will be paired with a mentor, a recently graduated professional working in some of the top companies in Ireland, to share their knowledge and experience and help each student develop their skills. This unique fundraising event gives undergraduates the chance to build their CV, develop their professional skills, and make a difference in the lives of sick children in Temple Street.

This is an excellent opportunity to raise much needed funds for Temple Street Children's Hospital, with the money raised going towards life-saving equipment, patient and parent supports, and fun activities for children in the hospital.

If you’re looking for a challenge and want to help a great cause while building your skills for your CV, then visit the 100minds website and apply today.

Applications for 100minds 2017 closes Thursday, 19th October at 5pm.

For more information visit: www.100minds.org

 

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Published September 25th, 2017
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