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English student Meggan Connell tells us about her volunteer work as a mentor with the Bridge to College (B2C).

Law student Conor James McKinney shares his experience volunteering with TCD Free Legal Advice Centre as well as with a homework club through the Vincent De Paul society.

Masters student Amy Colla shares her story about volunteering as a job coach for a student of the Centre for Inclusion and Intellectual Disability.

Natural Science student JR Ryall tells of his voluntary activity with Societies throughout his time in College.

TSM student Katy Dobey explains what it's like to volunteered at a Reception Centre for asylum seekers with the Suas society .

In the Local CommunityChildren playing while on holiday at Sunshine House

Kevin Daly is a natural sciences student who volunteers to give Biology grinds to young people in Dublin's Separated Children Education Service.

Sociology and Social Policy student Elizabeth Hayes tells us what it's like to spend a summer as a full time volunteer with Friends of the Elderly.

Masters student Beth Marchal shares her experience as a volunteer with CASA, the Caring and Sharing Association.

Recent graduate Sarah Pollock tells us what it is like being a full time volunteer role with the Dublin Simon Community.

Engineering student Lauren Walsh shares the impact a volunteer can make in just one week with Sunshine House (pictured right).


Danny McGrath is a Business, Economics and Social Studies student who volunteered in Tanzania last summer with The Volunteer Projects after meeting the organisation at the Trinity Volunteer Fair.

Mechanical engineering student Grace Duffy wites about her time in Tanzania and in Uganda with Camara with whom she continues to volunteer in the workshop in Dublin.

Student of Psychology, Owen Sheehy, gives his take on spending ten weeks volunteering with Suas Educational Development in Kolkata (Calcutta).

Oliver Welfare looks back on the summer he spent working and learning with MOVE (Medical Overseas Voluntary Electives) in the Premananda Memorial Leprosy Hospital in India.

Dental Science student Fathima Patel tells us about her DOVE (Dental Overseas Voluntary Elective) adventure in Cambodia.

A-Z Children's Charity volunteers in Uganda

Above: A-Z Children's Charity volunteers playing football with Children in Uganda.

Last updated 25 September 2015 Civic Engagement (Email).