Join us for a virtual information session organised by Mi-WOW (Migrant Women-Opportunities for Work) and SSNO (Scheme to Support National Organisations) on how to effectively access third level education in Ireland as a migrant.
Who is this event for?
Migrants living in Ireland seeking to further their education or to be more informed as this is very relevant to their direct and extended family.
Our guest speakers:
1. Mary Stokes , Guidance program coordinator for FET with the NCGE;
2. Barry Ryan, Adult Guidance Counsellor for CDETB
3. Rosarii Molloy-Curran, Guidance Counsellor/Coordinator at Waterford and Wexford Education and Training Board
Who will be covering a range of themes around third level education primarily touching on the general Irish education system; how to access it; opportunities and resources available for asylum seekers and individuals in direct provision.
New Communities Partnership (NCP) is an independent national network of more than 100+ immigrant-led groups comprising 65 nationalities.
Our mission is to be an effective network, representing and empowering new communities in Ireland, at all levels, in order to influence positive change in policies that impact on their lives. We are working towards an intercultural and inclusive Irish society where immigrant groups are achieving equality in economic, social, political and cultural aspects of Irish life.
Mi-WOW is an NCP project co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020.
The Scheme to Support National Organisations is an NCP project funded by the Government of Ireland through Pobal on behalf of the Department of Rural and Community Development.