Gairmeacha le Gaeilge

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Welcome to our third level page for careers as Gaeilge. The Irish language sector is broad, varied and growing bigger every year. Here you'll find information on seeking jobs with Irish, along with supports and information on our Gairmeacha le Gaeilge seminars. 


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Gairmeacha le Gaeilge is back for the 2020/21 academic year. 

The seminars aim to provide information to students on career opportunities with Irish, how to apply for them and how to maximise your chances for success in applications. Various elements will be focused on, including opportunities in Ireland, in the EU and further afield. Careers in sectors such as Education, Media, Civil Service, Irish Language Organisations, Translation and more will be covered. Application processes, advice on C.Vs and other tips will be shared to best prepare students for applying to their careers as Gaeilge. 

The seminar lasts about 1 hour, and is in Irish. There is no cost for the seminar. 

 Bookings can currently be made by:
 - Lecturers and College staff
 - Irish societies
 - Students' Unions
 - Other groups working with students at third level

Seminars can be held online via Zoom Webinar or restrictions allowing, on college campuses. 

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to organise Gairmeacha le Gaeilge today!

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Tá na ceardlanna Gairmeacha le Gaeilge reáchtáilte mar chuid den obair 3ú Leibhéal atá ar bun faoin tionscadal Gluaiseacht, maoinithe ag an Roinn Cultúir, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta. 


 

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PEIG.ie contains lots of helpful information to help those looking for a career with Irish. Have you considered jobs with Irish in the European Union? Are you aware of the various sectors in Ireland seeking employees with Irish? Have you seen the opportunities available right now? Have a look at the resources below for more information. 

All of these topics and more are covered in the seminars mentioned above, and these links should be helpful to look over for anyone looking to recap the information given afterwards. 

Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge