Connecting the Community!

Thanks to Bank of America, we have received funding to tackle the “digital divide” by providing laptops and tablets to support online learning for young people in the community. We will be bridging the gap of lack of access by providing technology and equipment to those most in need. At the heart of Inspiring the…

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Social Innovation Hackathon

In December 2020, we hosted our first Social Innovation Hackathon bringing together representatives from the community with professionals from business and technology to ‘hack’ the issue of providing education during COVID-19. Our hackers deliberated on their first-hand experiences of their challenges before working together to form creative solutions to these problems. The results of our…

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Exciting 2021 News – Moving Online!

  Volunteering is Moving Online – We Need You! We’re really excited to move our volunteering opportunities online for 2021 making it easier than ever to get involved! Now, more than ever, young people need programmes such as Inspiring the Future Ireland to motivate and energize them for their future. We have hundreds of students…

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You’re Invited! Social Innovation Hackathon 2020!

  Inspiring the Future – Social Innovation Hackathon Collaborate – Innovate – Change What is a Social Hackathon? A hackathon is an event where individuals from multiple sectors work together on short-term projects.  These events are intended to be intense, engaging and collaborative.  The aim is to inspire, enthuse and ignite an innovative style of…

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Partnership with the Echo Newspaper!

Exciting news – The Echo has teamed up with Inspiring the Future Ireland! We were delighted to have them be a part of an event in St Anne’s primary school in Fettercairn earlier this week. See today’s s Echo for the full story! Check out this video of Project Coordinator Sharon Murray chatting with The…

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Inspiring the Future Ireland launches its ‘Inspiring Women’ campaign

Inspiring the Future Ireland launches its ‘Inspiring Women’ campaign to highlight successful female role models in today’s workplace South Dublin County Partnership seeks 1,000 female professionals to speak with underrepresented school students from disadvantaged areas about succeeding in their career Friday 8th March 2019: Inspiring the Future Ireland (ITFI), an initiative run by South Dublin…

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Volunteers from the world of work take part in Careers Seminar at IT Tallaght

On Tuesday 20th February 2018 South Dublin County Partnership and the Institute of Technology Tallaght hosted an Inspiring the Future Careers Seminar. Over 450 fifth year schools from Collinstown Park Community College, Deansrath Community College, St Aidan’s Community School, Old Bawn Community School, St John’s College and Colaiste de hÍde descended on the I.T. Tallaght campus to hear from a range of…

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