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Access to the Workplace: Lauren & Vodafone

Head of Talent at Vodafone, Claudine McMahon, explains why Vodafone were inspired to support DCU’s Access to the Workplace programme...
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A Second Chance in Life – Sisa’s Story

Sisa Bhebhe came to Ireland from Zimbabwe in 2013 as an asylum seeker. In September 2018, Sisa was able to...
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DCU Access Students Enjoy Digicel Summer Internships

Digicel and DCU Educational Trust have collaborated for a number of years to provide unique work experience for final year...
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Brendan Hyland – The Olympic Dream

Brendan Hyland has just completed his final year in Accounting and Finance at Dublin City University. In the coming weeks,...
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Joe Quinsey, CEO, DCU Educational Trust

Meet our new CEO, Joe Quinsey

Joe Quinsey has just taken to the helm at DCU Educational Trust this November. As CEO, he will lead the...
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Glory Joseph, Business studies student , Eromonsele Clements, Mechatronic enjineering student, Amy Nannery, Law and Politics student , Ben Clarke, Compueter Applications student and Lauren Heffernan, DCU Mechatronic Engineering student all pictured at the launch of DCU’s Access to the Workplace Programme for 2020 in DCU’s Glasnevin campus today, where DCU announced plans to double the number of summer work placements on offer to students from disadvantaged backgrounds through the programme to 100 next year. Pic: Marc O'Sullivan

DCU Plans to Double Number of Placements on Access to the Workplace Programme in 2020

Dublin City University has announced plans to double the number of summer work placements on offer to students from disadvantaged...
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DCU Access students Gemma Treacy and Seán McElwain pictured together with Jason Sherlock, Associate Director with DCU Educational Trust and Fiona Hudson from DCU’s Access Service at the launch of DCU’s Access to the Workplace Programme in DCU’s Glasnevin campus today. The programme will see 30 leading Irish companies provide an internship for up to 45 DCU Access students from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds this summer. (L-R) Gemma Treacy, DCU Access student, Jason Sherlock, DCU Educational Trust, Fiona Hudson, DCU Access Service, Seán McElwain, DCU Access student. ***NO FEE*** Photography: Conor Healy / Picture It Photography

Vodafone CEO, Anne O’Leary to speak at DCU Access to the Workplace 2020 Launch

DCU Educational Trust is pleased to announce that Anne O’Leary, CEO of Vodafone Ireland, will join us as a special...
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