CIT Students Help Cork Parkinsons Support Group
Published on: Sunday, 16 November 2014
This very worthy cause was chosen by the students themselves, and the funds were greatly appreciated by the local branch and will go towards the important work which the support group carries out for those with Parkinsons.
Adrian Gregan, Head of Department, Tourism & Hospitality at CIT commented “we are delighted to have supported such a worthy cause and the students need to be congratulated for the work which they put in to raising this money over a few hours. I also want to thank the lecturing staff here at CIT who supervised and guided them prior to and on the day of the event”
The Department of Tourism and Hospitality encompasses the areas of Culinary Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Bar Management. It has over 700 students and a team of dedicated student-centred industry experienced Lecturers across these disciplines and is located in a modern purpose-built building on CIT’s Bishopstown Campus.
Presentation of a cheque for €1,316.19 by Year 3 students of Bar Management and Culinary Arts, to the Cork Parkinsons Support Group, the proceeds of a coffee morning and cake sale which was held on 23rd October, 2014.