John speaks to a selection of participants at the Education Fair 2012
First up John speaks to PAUL HAYES of the Northside Partnership at the Education Fair in Parnell’s GAA club. They discuss what is happening at the event, including the 30 stalls present. Represented are UCD, DCU, Trinity College, Colaiste Dhulaigh, Killester College and others. It is the fourth year of the fair itself. They discuss the facilities at the venue and the talks which are taking place including talks about support services and grants available to prospective students.They speak about who the event is aimed at and who is welcome to attend.
John then speaks to GAVIN BOURKE from Coolock Library and he shares their purpose for attending, in order to represent the library services available and what they offer. They discuss how there are a number of events held in libraries and in particular the events taking place in Coolock library.
John is then joined by AGNES KIERNAN, Back to Education Initiative Coordinatior in Grange Community College. They discuss what the college offers and the hours of the college. They discuss the variety of lessons offered.
|DATE: October 18, 2012
|Interviewee:Paul Hayes, Gerard Bourke, Agnes Kiernan
|Themes:Irish Life & Culture, Community Events
|Keywords:gavin bourke, coolock library, local services, agnes kiernan, grange community college, back to education initiative, paul hayes, northside partnership, financial supports for students, parnells gaa club, education fair, adult education, plc,