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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.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Outreach/ Drop-in

The youth team work on different nights of the week in the community, to offer an outreach service for young people (13+ years) who are not already in groups and who may need various types of supports, providing a safe, supervised ‘unstructured space’ to socialise.

Ringsend College

Ceramics

Ceramics class every Tuesday for 10 weeks. Suitable for beginners and improvers.

Organisations

Pathways to Law

The programme targets senior-cycle school students through to third-level and seeks to enhance their interest in the study of law. Corporate supporters: McCann FitzGerald, Matheson, Arthur Cox, A&L Goodbody, William Fry, Mason Hayes and Curran, Linklaters, Maples Group, Eugene F Collins.

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Access – Mature Student Office

The Mature Student Office (MSO), part of Trinity Access, provides guidance, advice and support to prospective mature students (23+). We run open days, Discover Trinity events and College Awareness Week events. One-to-one application advice and support is available. Please see website and social media for information on upcoming events.

National College of Ireland

Brighter Futures Restorative Practice Programme

The North East Inner City Brighter Futures Restorative Practice Programme supports young people to develop their emotional literacy; improve their communication skills; and build mutually respectful relationships with young and old alike. 

Trinity College Dublin

The Lir Academy

The Lir Academy offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses taught by industry professionals in acting and technical theatre. Our students receive the highest level of training possible and go on to work on and backstage in theatre, film, events and related industries. A number of bursaries are available each year. More information on our website.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

The Elite

The Elite develop projects in the community thus providing a social, recreational and educational outlet aimed at meeting the needs of 10-12 year olds.

Organisations

Junior Achievement Ireland

Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI) helps prepare young people for their futures by delivering hands-on, experiential learning in entrepreneurship, employability, financial literacy and the value of STEM. Matheson contributes to mentoring students for the programme.

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.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

Tiny Tots Creative Workshops

Tiny Tots is a creative workshop designed for parents and children from 15 months to first class. Activities range from painting to story-telling.

Trinity College Dublin

Career Leap

Career LEAP is work readiness programme for young people aged 18-25 from marginalised backgrounds. It has been uniquely developed through a partnership approach between Trinity College, East Wall Youth, Swan Youth Service and local businesses in the docklands area including CHQ, Central Bank, A&L Goodbody and more.

Ringsend College

Motor maintenance

Introduction to Motor Maintenance class every Tuesday for 10 weeks.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

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.

Facebook

Friday for Good

Empowering charities and nonprofits through digital skills. A monthly, free-to-attend workshop series that is open to teams from nonprofits and charities. Our experts will be on hand to introduce you to the digital tools available through Facebook, offer creative inspiration and consult with you, one-to-one, about your non-profit’s specific aims and challenges.

Contribute

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