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Dublin Port

Diving Bell Museum

The restoration of the Diving Bell is the first project in Dublin Port’s plan to create a ‘distributed museum’ of attractions across the Dublin docklands and into Dublin Port to preserve the port’s industrial heritage and history.The Diving Bell Museum on Sir Rogersons Quay opened in 2015.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Family Support

Parenting is one of the most challenging roles experienced, it is an amazing rollercoaster journey but one that can have many bumps. One to one and group supports to parents who need a listening ear and some tools to navigate this rollercoaster are available by appointment.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC online workshops for educational groups

Each month we offer a range of workshops for different age-groups.

Dublin Port

Port Perspectives

The Port Perspectives programme aims to create links between Dublin Port and the city by connecting the evolving artistic heritage of the port with the wider heritage of Dublin city. The programmes allow local communities and stakeholders to express their perspective on the port through the artistic mediums of music, visual and performing arts.


Jobcare Employment Training & Support

Jobcare equips unemployed people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to secure appropriate work. Programmes such as networking, coaching, cv review, mock interviews and employment opportunities are supported by corporates including Matheson.


Computer science skills

Partnership with Camara Ireland to roll out CS Skills across schools in Ireland; also supporting youth clubs with informal education via Tech Stops to teach digitial skills.



An annual programme of local events in Google for our community, from local kids talent shows to events for Senior Citizens.


Event and exhibition space

Creative classes and workshops, as well as exhibition space linking in with annual festivals e.g. Science Week, Chinese New Year, Pride, Halloween etc.

Trinity College Dublin

Social Walk/Jog/Run

This social walk/jog/run group for Trinity students, staff, alumni and friends will get you done and dusted in 30 minutes.  Here’s how: 1.05-1.10: Warm up as a group; 1.10-1.30: Join one of three groups (Walkers; Joggers: Runners) for 20 minutes of exercise to circle Trinity's Fitness Trail.  1.30-1.35: Cool down as a group.


Discover University

Discover University is a summer programme that aims to give young people the opportunity to experience a taste of life at NCI and to see college as part of their future. Developed in collaboration with local companies such as McCann FitzGerald, Dublin Port and Facebook, it encourages young people to achieve their dreams through education.

Trinity College Dublin

Douglas Hyde Gallery

The Douglas Hyde Gallery produces and commissions contemporary art, supporting international and Irish artists to make bold new work and presenting pivotal solo exhibitions by significant artists of the present and the future.

Trinity College Dublin


Tangent, a new space, co-located within Trinity’s expanded School of Business focuses on entrepreneurship – for students, those seeking employment and people wanting to start their own business. Tangent delivers award-winning educational and training programmes, supports successful start-ups through our summer accelerator programme and has an established calendar of events.

Dogpatch Labs (CHQ)

First Fridays for Start-ups

Powered by Google for Start-ups – this is a platform for the tech startup ecosystem to come together on a regular basis, enabling them to learn, connect and grow. Providing the inside track on who’s who and what’s happening across Ireland’s startup ecosystem. Perfect if you’re new to the ecosystem or just trying to meet new people.

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Access – Pearse and Plunket Colleges

Trinity Access partners with Pearse and Plunket Colleges of Further Education, to deliver a one-year, full-time, QQI-accredited university access course for more mature students. Students attend classes in Pearse or Plunket. The Partnership aims to widen access to degree courses and to maximise the numbers of socio-economically disadvantaged students progressing to Trinity College Dublin.

National College of Ireland

Educational Guidance Programmes

ELI’s Educational Guidance Programmes explores young people’s career aspirations and opportunities;  and help awareness among students (and their parents) of the importance of third level education in the pursuit of certain careers.  Volunteers from local companies such as McCann FitzGerald, Dublin Port and Facebook are inspiring role models and supportive adults.


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