Monaghan Rotary Youth Leadership Development Competition 2018/2019

Congratulations to Aaron McMahon who won the Monaghan Rotary Youth Leadership Development Competition. This was interview based with topics like immigration, the EU, education policies, environmental issues and Brexit discussed. The competition rewards young people with clear leadership potential based on their extra-curricular activities. We are delighted that a student from Largy College won this competition again this year. 

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Rotary Ireland Competition 2017/2018

Congratulations to Katie Boyle (5th Year) on winning the Rotary Ireland Youth Leadership Development Competition. Katie won the local Monaghan based competition firstly, being selected as one of 19 students from all around Monaghan to represent Monaghan Rotary Club on Tuesday 20th November in the Regional Finals. The competition rewards young people with clear leadership potential based on their extra-curricular activities. Katie is currently P.R.O of Monaghan Comhairle Na nOg and also P.R.O of Aghabog Foroige Club, has won an Ulster title in singing and also has many achievements from Transition Year in Largy College. 

As a result of winning this competition Katie travelled to Stormont, Belfast to meet with local political, business leaders, then to the Dail in Dublin for further meetings with leaders and then the highlight of the prize which was a trip the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France at Euroscola to debate a variety of motions. We are extremely proud that a student from Largy College excelled in this leadership.

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Rotary Ireland Competition 2015/2016

Congratulations to Nicole Greenan on winning the Rotary Club Youth Leadership Development Competition. Nicole won the local Monaghan based competition firstly and then represented Monaghan Rotary Club and Largy College in Strabane on Tuesday 17th November 2015 in the Regional Finals. The competition rewards young people with clear leadership potential based on their extra-curricular activities. As a result of winning the regionals Nicole travelled to Stormont, Belfast to meet with local political, business leaders, then to the Dail in Dublin for further meetings with leaders and then the highlight of the trip which was to debate a variety of motions in the European Parliament in Strasburg at Euroscola. We are extremely proud that a student from Largy College excelled in this competition as it was the first time the school had entered this competition.

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Nicole Greenan in Euroscola, Strasburg

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