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St Andrew's Resource Centre

Job Centre

Provides opportunities for local people to access jobs and training schemes; including career coaching and mentoring. Free service.

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.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Seniors care

A range of services for older people including home help, day centre, transport, activities, lunch and more.

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.

Ringsend College

Dressmaking

Dressmaking class every Mon/Tues for 10 weeks. Suitable for beginners and improvers.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

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.   

Matheson

Law Scholarship

Matheson's Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship is open to second year undergraduate law students in Trinity who are on the Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) or the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) schemes; mature students; or students who face barriers in participating in third level education.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Adult Education Courses

A range of informal classes for adults including art, digital media, Irish, sewing.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

The Zone programme

This programme provides an opportunity for young people (15-18 years) to learn through informal education. The programme is designed with them, facilitating collective working on achievable tasks and the inclusion of group work.

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity’s Massive Open Online Courses

Since 2014, Trinity College Dublin have partnered with Futurelearn to provide free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in a wide range of subject areas, from history to women’s health.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

YOLO (You Only Live Once Health Promotion)

These programmes are run with specific age groups (12-18 years) to help them become more confident about themselves, their bodies and their life choices. The young people are also encouraged to make informed choices about their own health. Personal development will be a key component and will endeavour to build up their self-confidence and self-esteem.

National College of Ireland

Robotic coding club

The ELI Coding Club is a free computer coding club for children aged 9-12-years attending local schools and afterschools. It is run by staff and volunteer mentors, where young people can learn the basics of programming, electronics and robotics.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

One Direction

This is a group run by volunteers who are supported by the Talk About Youth Project. The group caters for children aged 4 – 7 years and also facilitates Junior Leaders who assist on a weekly basis. This group provides a variety of activities which are age related such as games, arts & crafts, and computers.

Trinity College Dublin

Book Club – Trinity College

The Trinity Centre for Literary & Cultural Translation hosts a book club on the third Tuesday of the month (during term) to discuss a piece of recently translated literature, usually fiction. New members are always welcome and may drop in and out as it suits. Admission is free.

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