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Calling students to ‘DREAM IT, DO IT’ and enter BTYSTE 2017

By August 10, 2016No Comments

BTYSTE 2017With less than a month until schools across the country are back to porridge, Pete Snodden, host of the Cool FM Breakfast Show, has teamed up with the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) to call upon young people across the region to take part in the next event.

In a bid to encourage teachers and young people from across Northern Ireland to ‘Dream it, Do it’ and take the science world by storm, Pete is helping drive a campaign to recruit local people aged 12-19 to enter the 2017 exhibition, which takes place in January 2017.

BT has also reinforced its commitment to support schools across Northern Ireland to enter this year’s exhibition by offering schools the opportunity to apply for a FREE travel and accommodation grant of up to £2,205.

Picture shows: Jill Carwell (15), Sarah Miller (16) and Vicki Miller (16) from Carryduff joined Cool FM DJ Pete Snodden in Belfast to raise awareness of the 2017 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition and to call upon young people from across Northern Ireland to submit their proposals to take part in the competition ahead of the closing deadline of 28th September.

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