Delight as Liam and Hannahmarie secure bursaries
The winners of the Martin Mullen Bursary, operated by the Balbriggan-based Progressive Credit Union, has been presented with their funding towards their further education plans.
Both Liam Kavanagh and Hannahmarie Vickers were successful in securing a place on their preferred courses, and the funding sees them start a new chapter in their lives.
Liam who has a keen interest in physics has secured a place in Trinity College Dublin and will be studying Theoretical Physics. Liam hopes to continue his education to complete his masters and then pursue a career in this field.
Hannahmarie plans to make a difference to people's lives with her choice to study Law and Politics and has secured a place on her desired course in Dublin City University.
Hannahmarie also has plans to continue her education to masters level and pursue a career in criminal psychology.
Brian Howard, Marketing and Development Officer, said: 'It was a pleasure to meet both winners, and we wish them all the best in their future. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our applicants and encourage you all to apply next year.
'We are delighted to continue this Bursary and keep alive the memory of our great mentor Martin Mullen. Martin was the manager of the former Balbriggan Credit Union Ltd, now Progressive Credit Union Ltd until his untimely death in 2009.
'He was a great believer of self-development, and his inspiration is still vastly changing young peoples lives through our 'Martin Mullen Bursary' funding for further education.'