The NTWF in conjunction with College Connect are working on an action research project about Travellers’ experience of college. Five peer researchers are be recruited to support the role out of this research in conjunction with the lead researcher Sarah Meaney. Please find relevant details on the poster below. The application deadline is Friday the 25th of Sept. at 5pm, if you would like more information and or an application please email firstname.lastname@example.org
College Connect is a HEA-funded three-year PATH 3 (Programme for Access to Higher Education) working in conjunction with specific target groups (e.g. Irish Travellers, one parent families, care experienced young people, people with disabilities, refugees, etc.,) who are under-represented in higher education. It is a collaborative initiative from the MEND (Midlands, East, North Dublin) higher education cluster, which comprises Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT), Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT), Dublin City University (DCU), and Maynooth University (MU) and repersentives from the communities it is engaging with.
COLLEGE CONNNECT PEER RESEARCHER POSTER TRAVELLER