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Junior Achivement Ireland
'An Chruinne' programme
Junior Achievement Ireland are currently recruiting Irish
speaking volunteers to teach the ‘An Chruinne’ programme 'virtually' in Primary schools.
An interactive STEM programme aimed at 6th class students
No teaching experience necessary - full training is provided
5 x 40 minute sessions, can be taught any time up until 15th June 2022
Delivered online using Junior Achievement Audio Visual materials
Interactive materials, fun and developed in partnership with the
Údarás na Gaeltachta
Is training provided?: Yes
Please note that Garda Vetting is required for this position which will be processed with you after you apply.
Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:
5 x 40 minute workshops taught in Irish, during school times.
2 hour Training session provided prior to teaching.
Skills required for this role:
Open to all students from 2nd Year to PHD level
Details of time commitment needed for role:
5 x 40 minute workshops taught in Irish, during school times (9am - 3pm)
Minimum time commitment per week:
1 hour p/week
Additional screening required for this role:
Volunteers are provided with a login to the Junior Achievement Volunteer portal where they can access the programme materials and complete garda vetting online, using this portal also.
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Niamh Grealish
Address: Junior Achivement Ireland,
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