Opportunities on Campus
Trinity Access Programme
If you have an idea for design and/or delivery of an activity for the Primary &
Second Level Programme Activities, please contact Grace Edge ( email@example.com / 01 896 3223). Trinity academics also develop the curricula and deliver teaching for the university preparation courses. If you would like to get involved in this area, please contact Irena Boydell (firstname.lastname@example.org ). From time to time, academics deliver guest lectures to the university preparation courses in their area of expertise.
Voluntary Tuition Programme
The Voluntary Tuition Programme (VTP) is a partnership between Trinity students, parents and volunteers from the local communities of Pearse Street and Ringsend. Every year over 400 Trinity students, graduates and staff-members act as tutors to children and teenagers studying in nearby schools. Each mentor and student spend one hour a week in one of four tuition centres, getting to know each other and working together on homework and other educational activities. VTP also runs a number of smaller educational programs, as well as other educational clubs and language Classes. Read more about VTP...
Trinity takes to the Streets
Trinity takes to the Streets (TTTTS) involves students, alumni, staff and friends
of the College raising funds to support initiatives addressing educational disadvantage in Dublin and beyond. The the three initiatives – Trinity Access Programmes (TAP), National Institute for Intellectual Disability (NIID) and the Student Hardship Fund - are very worthy causes and in need of funds. You can get involved by running or walking, organising a fundraising activity or participating in a TTTTS event (bring your friends!). For more detail, see the TTTS website.
If you are involved in a campus activity which requires staff volunteers and would like to post it on this site, please contact the Civic Engagement Officer.