Day of HOPE Volunteer Collector
The Hope Foundation
The EIL Scholarship is funded by EIL and supported by NUI Galway's ALIVE and Mature Students Offices.
The scholarship is an opportunity to travel to a community of the world and learn about their civic and community life and engagement. Applicants should be super involved in a Galway, campus or home community and have goals to develop their learning and understanding of community engagement. The project centers on culture and a learning experience. Time spent in the community is voluntary and unpaid and you support the work of the local people while learning, bringing and sharing.
Community engagement is a vital skill to learn and nurture. Ireland is diverse and the communities of Ireland need future leaders with the ability to engage for community voice to be heard.
For more information please see the EIL website
For the application form: please see the EIL website
Information Stand: Wednesday 24th January, Aras na Mac Leinn
Information Talk: Thursday 25th January 5pm, Aras na Mac Leinn (Facebook Event)
Application Deadline: Monday 29th January, Noon, Aras na Mac Leinn
Interviews: Week of the 29th of January
EIL Interview: 24th Feburary in Dublin
EIL Training Process begins!
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