Aspiration of a young graduate in Ireland - Anu Meshioye Featured

  • 20 November 2016 |

It is that time of the year when many college graduates mark their graduation ceremony in Ireland after

long years of hard work which normally at the beginning appeared unattainable. For some migrant parents who came to Ireland with toddlers, it is amazing to see their children graduate from college. Anu Meshioye, 21, was one of those little kids who on 7 November joyfully graduated from Dublin Business School in Psychology. During my chat with, Anu, it’s wonder to see how much she has grown and matured to become a very smart and unassuming young intelligent woman who aspires to be “a child psychologist in order to help children that are in critical need of guidance and support with long term illnesses such as cancer, leukemia, sickle cell anemia, cystic fibrosis. Anu is currently doing her Masters at The University College Cork.

eDundalk wishes Anu and other fresh graduates every good wishes as they continue to pursue their career and aspire to live a fulfilled life. promotes employ-ability, entrepreneurship, integration and social inclusion.

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