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Dungannon Clubs Offer Exciting New Volunteer Roles

Thursday 19.05.2011
Team Talk Mag
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GAA Clubs in Dungannon are offering local unemployed young people the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience by offering a range of new volunteer roles, all of which are accredited by the Department of Education.

The Initiative, known as GoldMark Dungannon, is in partnership with Rugby and Soccer Clubs in Dungannon and is being led by Volunteer Now.

Thomas Clarke’s GFC, Eoghan Ruadh Hurling Club, St Malachy’s Edendork and St Mary’s Killyman are all on board with this project providing an array of unique volunteering opportunities including: medical officer role, school liaison role, general labourer, assistant grounds person and media development roles.

It is hoped that through this programme young people between 16-24 years old will have the opportunity to develop their skills, increase their experience and knowledge which should help increases their chances of future employment or university entrance.

Applications are now open for all positions and can be viewed online at: http://www.volunteernow.co.uk/volunteering/volunteering-and-2012-sports/goldmark-dungannon

The deadline for applications is 17th June 2011.

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