Sponsored opportunities

Thinking about becoming a TechSpace Educator ?

You may be eligible for one of Camara Education Ireland’s funded partnership projects :

ESB Energy for Generations TechSpace STEAM

ESB Energy for Generations TechSpace STEAM

As part of ESB Energy for Generation fund, Camara Education Ireland will develop a partnerships with TUSLA and School Completion Programmes through the TechSpace programme. Offering training for 300 staff nationally who are working with disadvantaged and vulnerable young people. This will support TUSLA Services to enable staff to use STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths) activities and creative projects as a tool for youth engagement and development.

To find out if your are eligible for this sponsored opportunity please contact Miriam Harte.

Clár TechSpace - Maonithe ag an Roinn Cúltúir, Oidhreachta agus na Gaeltachta

Clár TechSpace - Maonithe ag an Roinn Cúltúir, Oidhreachta agus na Gaeltachta

Clár TechSpace is a project funded by An Roinn Cultúir Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta and is managed by Camara Education Ireland. Camara Education Ireland train and support educators who take part in the TechSpace programme through Irish from Gaeltacht schools, Gaelscoileanna and youth organisations working with young people aged 10-18 across Ireland. As well as this, each Educator or Youth Worker who join’s the Clár TechSpace Network, completes a training and commits to enhancing their practice through Irish using Digital Creativity and STEAM skills will recieve in person and online support through their local Offigeach TechSpace , equipment grants and tickets to the annual celebration event Tech Féile. Camara Education Ireland are working with a multitude of innovative partners to deliver Clár TechSpace to ensure that high quality ICT education and inspiration is available for young people in Ireland through the Irish Language.

To find our more contact Seamus Ó Fatharta

Inver in the Community and TechSpace

Inver in the Community and TechSpace

Inver in the Community initiatives have kindly supported the TechSpace Programme and it’s national growth since it was founded in 2012 by providing training and support for youth services and clubs near their local service stations across Ireland. TechSpaces are creative places for young people from all backgrounds to learn how to create invent and inspire with technology. Young people explore skills such as coding, robotics, gaming, film-making and graphic design for free in their local community youth projects. Inver sponsor TechSpace youth clubs in locations to avail of equipment and training around their Service Stations and they really enjoy playing a role in inspiring tomorrow’s creators, inventors and makers.

To find our where your local TechSpace Inver Hub is please contact Leigha Dugdale.

Computer Science @ Foróige TechSpaces Proudly Sponsored by Google.Org

Computer Science @ Foróige TechSpaces Proudly Sponsored by Google.Org

CS @ Foróige TechSpace is a creative partnership between Foróige and Camara Education Ireland, proudly sponsored by Google.org to bring Computer Science (CS) education training, activities, support, events, and professional qualifications to 350 youth workers and 3000 young people across the entire youth sector in Ireland.

It brings together the best of youth, charity and corporate sectors to develop an innovative programme that empowers professional and voluntary Foróige youth workers to embed computer science and 21st Century skills in their work with young people.

If you are a Foróige Youth Worker or Volunteer and want to get involved at CS @ Foróige TechSpace please contact Paul Amond

CDYSB TechSpace for volunteer youth clubs and groups in Dublin City Centre

CDYSB TechSpace for volunteer youth clubs and groups in Dublin City Centre

CDYSB has partnered with Camara Ireland to support youth projects and services within the Dublin area. Designed for educators and volunteers alike, participants explore the use of Digital Creativity to facilitate high-quality, 21st century youth experiences. On joining the network, members may apply for grants, attend key events and receive ongoing supports from TechSpace central. For more information, contact us with your CDYSB club or group’s details.

If you are a local volunteer led registered youth club with CDYSB and want to get involved in TechSpace please contact Ciaran Eaton.

NYCI STEAM in Youth Work Project funded by Science Foundation Ireland

NYCI STEAM in Youth Work Project funded by Science Foundation Ireland

This project is supporting youth workers to inspire young people to create, invent and make with Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM). As well as receiving a day of hands-on Maker Training, youth workers will receive a grant for equipment that can be used to deliver technology-enhanced activities spanning electronics, robotics and coding to music, arts and crafts. Youth workers will also have access to follow-up support, resources, an online community of practice and much, much more.

Erasmus Sponsorship

Erasmus+ KA2 Digital Youth

Erasmus+ KA2 Digital Youth

Erasmus+ KA2 Skill IT for Youth

Erasmus+ KA2 Skill IT for Youth

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