Gaisce – The President’s Award – has been fostering the talents found in Ireland’s young people since 1985. Now it’s opening its doors, in a bid to become truly life-changing…
With its core values of respect, excellence, empowerment, and inclusion and equality, Gaisce – The President’s Award – has bettered the lives of over 300,000 of Ireland’s young people since the programme began in 1985.
Now, with the launch of a new nationwide integration project called Wavelength, Gaisce is truly embodying its belief in inclusion and equality. Supported by The
Wavelength was launched by Gaisce and
For Gaisce CEO, Yvonne McKenna, improving the programme’s inclusivity through Wavelength came as a natural move: “Central to the ethos of Gaisce is equality of access and participation to the programme,” she said. “We’re delighted to launch Wavelength, as it’s important to us that every young person in Ireland has the opportunity to take part in the Gaisce programme.”
“I commend the collaborative approach taken by Gaisce and The
“We’re looking forward to seeing the programme roll out over coming months,” said
Wavelength is now looking for participants for its first intake. Want to learn more? Or maybe take part? Either way, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- “I came home a changed woman”: How the Thrive Project is transforming Irish businesses
Countdown to France 2019:
Coca-Colacelebrates FIFA Women's World Cup
- Coca-Cola and the Premier League: ‘Where Everyone Plays’ ad refreshed for new season
- Where Everyone Plays: Behind the scenes with Jesse Lingard, Jermaine Jenas and the fans
Thrive Project class of 2019 returns from global