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August 29, 2022

Free STEAM Equipment Kit and Tutorial – Having a Blast with STEAM

April 25, 2022

Call for Free STEAM Summer Programme Equipment Kit and Tutorial

January 17, 2022

NYCI is inviting tenders for an assessment of the value of STEAM and Digital Youth Work

NYCI now invites tenders from qualified individuals and organisations to conduct the action research within Ireland and to guide researchers conducting comparable projects in Finland and Iceland.
January 11, 2022

NYCI is calling for youth work organisations to partner with on a range of STEAM projects!

Project payments of €2.5k available to each participating youth work organisation!
October 4, 2021

Share your ideas and win STEAM Equipment Prizes!

As part of ‘Creating Our Future’ NYCI is giving away STEAM equipment worth €2,000
July 22, 2021

Call for collaboration – Working with youth work organisations for equity and inclusion in STEAM

July 5, 2021

New NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with STEAM Specialism now open for applications!

Our NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with a Specialism in STEAM is now open for applications. We're delighted to be partnering with Maynooth University to deliver this exciting new Level 7 NUI Certificate.
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).
May 28, 2021

Why you should be using STEAM in your Youth Work: 5 key takeaways from our new studies

Over the last nine years NYCI has led or partnered in many national and European research and development projects and provided training and equipment to hundreds of youth workers who have, in turn, gone on to deliver STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, maths) programmes with thousands of young people across Ireland.
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