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Spend upto a Volunteering in Corrymeela Peace and Reconciliation Centre

Corrymeela's vision is of a peaceful and sustainable society based on social justice, positive relationships and respect for diversity. The Corrymeela Community is based in Ballycastle Co. Antrim and every August takes on an international team of volunteers (aged 18-25) to work alongside staff in delivering it’s programmes. Volunteers engage in the practical tasks and responsibilities inherent in welcoming and hosting the groups who visit the centre. Volunteers also support the work of the housekeeping, kitchen, reception, administration, marketing and maintenance departments, all of which are vital to the functioning of the centre and groups’ residential experience. Room and board is provided as is a monthly stipend of £120. Visit for details.

Literacy Support Programme:
The Literacy Support Programme is a nationwide programme of tailored interventions designed to tackle educational disadvantage at a local level. Students volunteer and are trained to deliver structured measurable one-to-one, evidence-based literacy support interventions to 8-14 year olds from disadvantaged communities to improve their literacy skills.

Overseas Volunteer Programme:
The Overseas Volunteer Programme gives students the opportunity to support the education of children in our Partner schools in under-resourced communities in India and East Africa, while also developing leadership and teamwork skills. Based on the belief that leadership is best learned through service to others, the programme sets out to inspire and equip participants to contribute positively to society on their return to Ireland. 

For more information about all of Suas’ programmes and to apply online, please check out the Suas website

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Last updated 15 February 2018 Civic Engagement (Email).