DiME Executive Committee 2020/21
Diversity in Medical Education (DiME)
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
Requirements:Interest in social justice and working against poverty!
Joining a college SVP society is a great way to make new friends in college, explore ideas around social justice and poverty, and make a difference in your communities. College SVP societies are involved in a wide variety of activities, from art, music and homework clubs with local primary schools to working with people experiencing homelessness to campaigning for social justice in Ireland. Each group decides their own activities, so the work is tailored to your interests and skills. Each college group also has regular meet ups for more informal, social activities, so you'll get to know people with similar interests.
If you're interested in joining TUD SVP, apply here and we will link you with them!
Is training provided?: Yes
Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:
Each group decides what to get involved with, so the tasks and work is different across each college.
Skills required for this role:
Bring yourself, and we'll find a space to use your interests and skills!
Details of time commitment needed for role:
Usually at least once a week, around your class schedule
Minimum time commitment per week:
1 hour p/week
Additional screening required for this role:
Some activities require training, Garda vetting and reference checks, which we will do with you as necessary.
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Claire Flannery
Address: Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, 91-92 Sean McDermott St
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