March 23, 2023

New Reports on STEAM and Digital Youth Work in Ireland and Europe

October 14, 2022

Virtual Showcase of STEAM in Youth Work

April 28, 2022

Invitation to tender: Content creation for Skills Summary

March 30, 2022


Learn about Skills Summary in your own time through this free short and meaningful online course. Skills Summary is the tool that helps young people recognise and capture the skills developed through non-formal education and youth work and helps you measure the impact of your projects.
March 1, 2022

Skills Summary iPad draw winners

We’re excited to announce that the iPads have finally reached their new owners!
September 13, 2021

New Resource Available: Skills Summary in Practice

Have you seen the new Skills Summary resource, Skills Summary in Practice: How Youth Organisations in Ireland are Using the Tool?
June 14, 2021

Equipment giveaway for STEAM workshops and programmes at your Youthreach Centre! ‘Full STEAM Ahead – A partnership approach to STEAM in Youthreach’

We are delighted to offer equipment grants worth up to €150 towards STEAM workshops and programmes that will be delivered in Youthreach and Community Training Centres (STEAM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths).
March 22, 2021

Full STEAM Ahead – A partnership approach to STEAM in Youthreach

Equipment giveaway for a STEAM summer programme at your Youthreach Centre! To celebrate ‘Full STEAM Ahead’, NYCI and partners are delighted to offer equipment worth up to €150 towards STEAM summer sessions in Youthreach centres. Whether you are brand new to STEAM or you have previously taken part in NYCI’s STEAM training, you are welcome.
March 21, 2021

Two exciting new STEAM projects announced

The National Youth Council of Ireland is delighted to announce, with a range of partners, we have been awarded grants from the Science Foundation of Ireland (SFI) for two major new STEAM projects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths). Never more than in the last year has the importance of science and technology in our lives been more apparent.