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Work scheme creates job opportunity for student

Skeim obbree croo caa startey son studeyr

Reih ec studeyr jeshaghteyrys dy hannaghtyn lesh shalee

Yinnagh studeyr jeshaghteyrys obbrinagh ass Ellan Vannin smooinaghtyn mychione cheet back gys yn Ellan dy obbraghey lurg jee ayrn y ghoaill ayns skeim obbree stiurit ec y Reiltys.

Va Breesha Foxton enmyssit y Studeyr Smoo Ventyragh son yn aa-scrutaght eck er soilshaghyn straiddey ayns Connaghyn myr ayrn jeh'n Chlaare STEP mleeaney.

Ta Rheynn Gastid Dellal stiurey y bree dy chur caa da fo-cheimee obbraghey er shaleeyn lesh sheshaghtyn ynnydoil ayns laghyn seyrey y tourey.

Ta reih jee nish obbraghey da Barrantee Ard Connaghyn 'sy traa ry heet.

AS BREESHA FOXTON : T'eh er chur dou toiggalys feer vie er gobbraghey marish as cheet ry cheilley rish sleih, er-yn-oyr dy nee aashagh eh ynsaghey ny schleiyn, agh eisht cur ad 'sy voayl kiart as gobbraghey marish sleih elley, myr shoh ta'n shalee shoh er chooney lhiam dy mooar. Ta Barrantee Connaghyn er n'ghra dy vel kied dou cheet back as cooney lhieu dy chur y shalee er-oai 'sy traa ry heet. Myr shoh, shen dy jarroo er chur orrym geearree dy heet back as cur roish yn obbyr aym ny sodjey 'syn Ellan.

 

Engineering student has option to continue project 

A mechanical engineering student from the Isle of Man would consider returning to the Island for work after taking part in a Government-run work scheme.

Breesha Foxton was named Most Enterprising Student for her Onchan street lighting review as part of this year's STEP Programme.

The Department for Enterprise runs the initiative to give undergraduates a chance to work on projects with local organisations during their summer holidays.

She now has the option to work with Onchan District Commissioners in the future.
 

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