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A child from St. Mary’s NS, Dorset St, Dublin¬ 1¬ finds a quiet corner to read during a Time to Read Library Visit in the Ilac Centre, in Dublin City. Students from Plunket College, Dublin¬ 9 show they have¬ plenty strings¬ to their bows during their Skills @ Work Wrap up Session with¬ their Veolia¬
Management Excellence for Principals
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Inspiring Work Experience
Every year, thousands of young students from transition year and 5th year take part in BITCI’s Skills @ Work (S@W) programme. Eileen Fitzgerald, S@W, Programme Coordinator examines how participating companies could provide an opportunity for students to gain work experience. We also hear from Student, Thomond College, Limerick who took part in a work experience
Time to Read reaches milestone of 50 Companies
Fania Ellison, Time to Read Programme Coordinator, BITCI,¬ acknowledges the successful¬ growth in the programme. Our Education team¬ set ourselves a target of having Time to Read¬ in 50 schools by September 2017. As the programme coordinator I was worried this might be a little optimistic, but you have to dream! Well the dream has
Measuring and validating what you do
According to Kenneth Daly, Marks and Spencer Ireland, the Business Working Responsibly mark is a robust measurement tool that recognised and validated everything they do in relation to sustainability for the company, the environment, their people and customers. Hear more in the short video.
L to R:¬ ¬ Maurice Pratt, Board, BITCI; Minister for Education & Skills, Richard Bruton T.D. and Tina Roche, CEO, BITCI. The mentoring celebration was a very uplifting occasion.¬ ¬ Sharing their experiences on mentoring:¬ ¬ Molly Jo Brennan from Curragh PP, Kildare; Eoin Speight former student in Patrician College, Finglas¬ and now working in
Elaine Dunne, Home School Community Liaison, St. Kevin’s BNS, Finglas shares her perspectives on Time to Read This is the 3rd year that the boys in St. Kevin‚Äôs B.N.S. in Finglas have been lucky enough to be involved with the Time to Read programme with ESB. In my role¬ I work with the children to
Employees from top companies in Ireland volunteer to support and mentor students in Ireland
Business in the Community Ireland‚Äôs Student Mentoring Programme celebrates the latest graduates of the programme. 205 targeted schools across the country have been partnered with businesses since 2000 impacting 39,864 students.
‚ÄėSeeing is Believing‚Äô For STEM Teachers
STEM ‘Seeing Is Believing’ (SIB)¬ is a BITCI initiative which also supports ‚ÄėSmart Futures‚Äô, a collaborative industry and education framework, raising awareness of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths)¬ careers at post-primary level. The goal of this initiative is to give STEM teachers and guidance counsellors a deep and engaging insight into leading STEM sector