Skills Summary is an easy to use online tool that measures the skills young people gain by participating in youth work and volunteering opportunities, building their confidence, so that they can better communicate the value of these essential skills to future employers.
NYCI represents and supports the interests of voluntary youth organisations and uses its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people.
- March 7, 2019 - 5:45pm
Life skills learned outside school must be measured and valued if we want young people ready for digital economy, says Youth Council- New online tool to help young people highlight skills gained in activities outside of school launched by Minister Zappone and groups including National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) , SpunOut and Accenture -
Calling all youth workers, volunteers and youth arts practitioners in the NorthWest!
Following on from our previous successful network events, NYCI Youth Arts Programme in association with Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim ETB Youth Office are organising the following networking day which will offer you the chance to network with others, doing similar work. The day will also include a practical workshop.
Youth Arts Networking Day & Puppet-making workshop with Carmel Balfe
The National Youth Council of Ireland is looking to recruit a National Child Protection Manager to lead their Child Protection Programme. As the Children First legislation and its requirements are fully commenced this is a great opportunity to step into a position to lead the development and implementation of a programme of work that supports the youth sector to protect and safeguard children and young people and is regarded as high quality by both NYCI’s member organisations and our strategic partners.