Leave No One Behind - Mitigating Against Educational Disadvantage

Mitigating Against Educational Disadvantage

Cork Education and Training Board is delighted to announce that it has secured over €946,669 in funding from SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority, to assist it in supporting Community Education groups and participants across Cork City and County. This funding is provided under the Mitigating Against Educational Disadvantage (MAED) Fund 2020, provides supports… Find out More Mitigating Against Educational Disadvantage

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Student delighted to be the recipient of the Johnson & Johnson Access to Education Bursary to further his education

A Terence MacSwiney Community College student has been awarded a bursary from Johnson & Johnson in recognition of his work and contribution to the school and community.   Ciaran McCarthy, a graduate of the class of 2020 is now studying in CSN College of Further Education, under the auspices of Cork Education and Training Board, and is planning to pursue his Honours Degree in UCC next year. Ciaran was presented with… Find out More Student delighted to be the recipient of the Johnson & Johnson Access to Education Bursary to further his education

€33 MILLION INVESTMENT TO DEVELOP TWO CORK ETB SCHOOLS IN CORK COUNTY

€33 MILLION INVESTMENT TO DEVELOP TWO CORK ETB SCHOOLS IN CORK COUNTY

Two schools under the auspices of Cork Education and Training Board are to receive an investment of approximately €33 million to build, extend and refurbish these schools. Coachford College serves the second level education needs of the greater Coachford area.  The 10,600m2 project will provide a new school building for the college which will cater… Find out More €33 MILLION INVESTMENT TO DEVELOP TWO CORK ETB SCHOOLS IN CORK COUNTY

Cork’s Sexual Health Centre launches Ireland’s first community sexual health hub

Wednesday, 23rd of September saw the launch of Ireland’s first Sexual Health Hub, in Cork. This new initiative, spearheaded by the Sexual Health Centre, aims to make sexual health information more accessible to youth in communities across Cork City and County. The Sexual Health Hubs will be the first point of contact for many young… Find out More Cork’s Sexual Health Centre launches Ireland’s first community sexual health hub

Cork ETB Mid-Summer Verse Competition Winners

Midsummer Verse Competition

Cork ETB is pleased to announce the winners of its Midsummer Verse competition:  Haiku winner, Brigid O’Connell, Sherkin Island and Limerick winner, Sr. Alphonsus O’Brien, Bandon. This competition was organised by Lena Cronin, Community Education Facilitator, Cork ETB, in conjunction with CRY104FM radio in Youghal.  The proposal was developed as a participative project in which… Find out More Midsummer Verse Competition

Cork teens challenged to get involved! ‘We Are Cork’ Youth Challenge launched

Cork teens challenged to get involved! ‘We Are Cork’ Youth Challenge launched

With summer 2020 in Ireland being a very different experience, a unique challenge has been put to the young people of Cork to encourage them to engage in focussed, positive and fun activities, which will reward them for achieving personal goals and developing new skills. Cork Education and Training Board (CETB), in partnership with Cork… Find out More Cork teens challenged to get involved! ‘We Are Cork’ Youth Challenge launched

Music Generation Cork City’s ‘Lockdown Sounds’ – Found Sounds video

Music Generation Cork City’s ‘Lockdown Sounds’ – Found Sounds video

Music Generation Cork City (MGCC) unveil the first video in their Lockdown Soundz series. Borne out of the need for musical creativity and expression in the midst of a pandemic, the Lockdown Soundz project came into being over recent weeks. Inspired by the editing skills of MGCC musician educator, JJ Riordan and his own found… Find out More Music Generation Cork City’s ‘Lockdown Sounds’ – Found Sounds video

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Digital Youthwork – Engaging in Youthwork through Digital Platforms

Digital youth work means proactively using or addressing digital media and technology in youth work. Digital youth work is not a youth work method –digital youth work can be included in any youth work setting (open youth work, youth information and counselling, youth clubs, detached youth work, etc.) Digital Youth Work can happen in face… Find out More Digital Youthwork – Engaging in Youthwork through Digital Platforms