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Access to the Workplace

DCU Access to the Workplace Programme Launched for 2022

On Wednesday, 8th December, Dublin City University hosted a special online event entitled “Creating Workplaces Where Talent Belongs” to mark the launch of the DCU Access to the Workplace Programme for 2022. DCU Access to the Workplace was launched in 2019 as an additional support to enhance the career prospects and social mobility of DCU...
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Access to the Workplace – Pietre & Jacobs

David Feighery, Director of Operations at Jacobs explains why they were inspired to support DCU’s Access to the Workplace Programme while Access Student, Pietre O’Sullivan, describes how the Access to the Workplace Programme was an invaluable opportunity for him.
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Access to the Workplace – Bank of Ireland and Leela

DCU Access to the Workplace provides DCU Access students with a high quality internship during their summer break, hosted by leading Irish companies participating in the programme. In this video, Maria Maguire, Head of the Academy at Bank of Ireland, explains why they were inspired to support DCU’s Access to the Workplace Programme while Access...
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Access to the Workplace – The Maples Group & Natasha

DCU Access to the Workplace provides DCU Access students with a high quality internship during their summer break, hosted by leading Irish companies participating in the programme. In this video, Patrick Quinlan, Partner at Maples and Calder, the law firm of the Maples Group in Dublin, explains why they were inspired to support DCU’s Access...
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Leaders of Four Digicel Foundations in the Caribbean Visit DCU

This week, Dublin City University welcomed the chief executives of four Digicel Foundations in the Caribbean to the university’s Glasnevin Campus. The CEOs, who lead foundations working to create social change in Jamaica, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago and Papua New Guinea, were visiting DCU to access insights from leading DCU researchers on creativity and social...
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Arthur Cox – The Power of Diversity in the Workplace

Arthur Cox has supported DCU since 2008. This year they took part in the DCU Access to the Workplace Programme, having an Access student intern with them over the summer of 2021. In this piece, Anne Frain, Events and CRM Manager at Arthur Cox LLP, tells us about the benefits of taking part in the...
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Steven’s Story – Giving Back as an Access Graduate

Steven Colgan graduated from DCU with a degree in Economics, Politics and Law in 2013. During his time in university, Steven was supported by DCU’s Access Programme. Today, he works as a solicitor with law firm DWF, where he is actively engaged in supporting DCU Access students through the company’s partnership with the DCU Access...
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DCU Access to the Workplace reaches new highs for 2021

Following a challenging year for internship programmes in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, DCU’s Access to the Workplace programme has rebounded from placing 14 Access students last summer, to offer a new record of 86 Access to the Workplace internships in 2021. On Thursday, 20th May, over 140 participating students and companies joined a...
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Joe Doyle – Supporting DCU from Moscow

Joe Doyle graduated from DCU in 1994 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies. Since then, Joe has worked for Esso, Tesco Ireland, Net start-up ebeon, and telecoms supplier Ericsson. From Dublin, he has been on assignment in more than 30 countries, and is currently based in Russia where he lives in Moscow with his...
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Deloitte – Enabling People to Excel

Deloitte has a long history of collaboration with DCU since 2007, supporting many initiatives throughout the years including the creation of an Endowed Access Scholarship Fund, support for women’s rugby and most recently support for research into virtual and hybrid internships. In this piece, Sinead Gogan, Chief Human Resource Officer with Deloitte, explains why the...
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