GALAS

LGBTI Youth Wexford been officially placed on the Shortlist for the Gay and Lesbian Awards 2017,  taking place on the 21st October in the Mansion House  Dublin. This is the eighth annual GALAS Ireland LGBT awards, and is the first nomination for LGBTI Youth Wexford. The GALAS were set up by GCN and the National…

Ferns Diocesan Youth Service: Community Employment Vacancies

Ferns Diocesan Youth Service: Community Employment Vacancies FDYS works with children, young people and adults and communities in County Wexford providing an array of quality services informed by a person centre approach including; Youth Projects Mainline Youth Clubs Garda Youth Diversion Drug & Alcohol Programme Family Support Programme Youth Information Comhairle Na NOg Roma Health…

Suicide Awareness Day

  FDYS, Youth Information, Coolcotts youth Project and CBDI  will host an event in The Bullring Wexford, from 2- 4.30pm.This event will promote a message raising awareness around suicide and suicide prevention at a local level. The event is part of a number of worldwide activities being organised and will include a speaker from the…

Youth Mental Health

Introduction to Youth Mental Health This is a 1 day interactive workshop for those who work or volunteer with young people.  The workshop has been developed by Jigsaw: The National Centre for Youth Mental Health, and delivered in collaboration with the Dept. Health Promotion & Wellbeing Division, HSE. Workshop Information; Venue : Kilgannon Garden Centre, Enniscorthy…

Music College BIMM Institute Dublin to host ‘Accelerated Application Day’ for students

  BIMM Institute Dublin, part of the BIMM (British and Irish Modern Music) Institute, Europe’s leading provider of modern music education, will host an ‘Accelerated Application Day’ on Friday, 25th August from 1pm to 5pm at its Francis Street premises in Dublin 8. This application day is a unique opportunity for students to audition for…

Leaving Cert 2017

Thousands of students will be opening their Leaving Cert results tomorrow as they get ready to move forward on their career path. Many will get the grades they need for college but lots of others will be left disappointed. Whatever happens, it’s vital to remember that you still have options. Look at all your options…

Volunteer Achievement Awards

  The Youth Work Ireland Volunteer Achievement Awards were introduced in 1999 to recognise the contribution made to the Federation by volunteers. During the past decade or more this programme has gone from strength to strength. The annual awards event is now firmly established as one of the highlights of Youth Work Ireland calendar of…