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Deborah Caffrey

Electronic Engineer

Intel

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  Deborah Caffrey
For my particular job role, as a yield analysis engineer, good organization and communication skills are quite important. Along with having the technical knowledge, being able to properly communicate your ideas/findings is very important. A lot of my day is spent dealing with other people in the factory and it is very important to be able to communicate efficiently with them.
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TCD STEM Summer Camps for Second Level Students

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TCD STEM Summer Camps for Second Level Students


Tuesday, June 02, 2015 




TCD STEM Summer Camps for Second Level Students

TCD is offering two summer camps for first and second year students interested in STEM subjects:

Trinity Walton Club Summer Camp 2015 – Calling all first and second year students in secondary school, interested in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)

Join us this Summer for a 10-day STEM camp at Trinity College Dublin.

Trinity Walton Club camps are a fun educational opportunity to explore the wonders of STEM.
On these camps you will further enhance skills like problem solving and critical and creative thinking.
You will also meet like-minded students and work alongside various STEM experts.

Throughout the camp you will work in teams and partake in challenging activities, such as cracking codes, building and programming robotic catapults, measuring the speed of light, designing and printing 3D objects, and much, much more.

There are two camps running from 10am–4pm, Monday–Friday on the following dates:

Camp 1: 15–26 June

Camp 2: 6–17 July

Cost: A 10 day camp costs €390 per student

Full details and application are available here

The CareersPortal Team