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St Andrew's Resource Centre

Intercultural group

The Intercultural group’s aim is to address the issues of isolation, exclusion, discrimination and insecurity experienced by unaccompanied minors and refugees (aged 14-17 years) in the community. Activities target personal and social development, provide fun and a safe space to be together.

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Arts group (Visual, performance)

This group engages young people (13 years+) through the medium of visual and performance arts.  It is a youth led programme where young people can explore topics and issues that affect them in their lives. The programme encourages young people to gain new skills.

Organisations

Trinity Access 21

A range of programmes for students, teachers and schools to widen participation at third-level of under-represented groups. The student programmes engage students to develop the knowledge, networks and skills needed to make informed decisions about future education. The schools programmes helps to supports teachers to engage in continuous professional development, research and events.

Trinity College Dublin

AMBER TY Week

The Transition Year programme “Exploring Materials” links school students with AMBER researchers in Trinity and in the Tissue Engineering Research Group at the Royal College of Surgeons and Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, as well as with industry.

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Respect

The Respect programme does what is says on the tin, encouraging young people (12-13 years) through various programmes to develop respect for themselves and others and how to tackle issues of bullying.

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The Cave Ravers

Separate groups for boys and girls aged 12-14 years, these groups explore a range of issues and programmes, including drama, art, outdoor education, fun and games plus group work on a range of personal and social development issues.

Trinity College Dublin

Academy of the Near Future

Academy of the Near Future is a CONNECT/ Smart City Programme for Transition Year students and upskillers. Through a combination of interactive workshops and online learning, it provides participants with a hands-on opportunity to experiment with Internet of Things (IoT) technology and understand how it can be used to address city challenges such as air pollution, waste management and flooding.

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Erasmus+

Encourages and allows young people (18+ years) to take an active management and research role in international exchange practice, learn new skills, improve their communication, resilience and creative skills, while learning about the lives of young people in other countries.

Google

One Week at Google Transition Year

A week experiencing working life in Google for Transition Year students, with spaces reserved for local students.

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The Hangout

Provides a safe, non-threatening space where young people (14-18 years) can feel safe and can meet, socialise and discuss issues relevant to their lives. Work on various LGBTI+ campaigns and provide learning for other youth groups in Dublin city.

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Gaisce

The Gaisce Group involves young people (15-17 years old) in community projects, who undertake 4 different challenges - Community Involvement, Personal skills, Physical Recreation and an Adventure Journey.

Trinity College Dublin

ADAPT’s Citizens’ Think-Ins on Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The ADAPT research centre invites you to learn about artificial intelligence and to have a voice on this vital area of research. Share your views on AI in our lives and participate in ADAPT's ground-breaking research in fascinating areas such as AI and ethics, AI and privacy, fake news, and virtual agents. No previous knowledge of AI is required; ADAPT will teach you all you need to know.

Dublin Port

Dublin Port Scholarship Programme

Candidates for the scholarship will include school leavers, mature students and individuals wishing to pursue third-level foundation courses as well as repeat Leaving Certificate students. Must be living in the Port area for at least 5 years.

Organisations

North East Inner City Transition Year programme

Transition Year work placements are reserved in a number of corporates for students from schools in the North East Inner City. Partners include Matheson, McCann FitzGerald and the National College of Ireland.

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International programme

A range of international exchange programmes are instrumental in providing opportunities for young people (13-18 years) to take part in cultural and educational activities, with other youth projects from all over Europe and beyond. Each exchange has a specific theme.   

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