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By-Election candidates and Manifestos

By-Election 20th April 2018 - Nominations are now closed and the following candidates are running in the election.

The candidates' manifestos (what they promise to work on if elected) are available below, click on each name to read the full manifesto. The candidates are listed in alphabetical order.

* Note R.O.N. stands for Re Open Nominations *

 

President

Rachel Dunne

R.O.N

 

 

Postgraduate Officer

 Tijmen Lansdaal

 R.O.N

 

Voting takes place on Thursday 20th Sepetember 2018. Polling stations open between 8.30am and 6.30pm on the Limerick campus and 11am to 1pm on the Thurles campus. Students need a valid student I.D card to vote.

Jobs as English Language Teachers in Reiti, Italy

OCTOBER 2018 – MAY 2019
British Institutes of Rieti, Italy,
http://www.britishinstitutes.it/rieti

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Job opportunities for Early Year Educators

Kilminchy School House is a Sessional / Full Day- Care service in Portlaoise.

We are currently seeking interested Early Years Educators who may be seeking Part- time work this Summer with a view to a Full time hours by September. A minimum qualification of Level 7-8 in Early Year’s Education with at least two-three years’ experience is preferable but not essential.

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Justteachers job opportunities for B.Ed graduates

Mary I Graduating Teachers; would you consider starting your teaching career within a Catholic School in Great Britain? If so, we still have some fantastic opportunities for roles starting in September 2018 in Primary Catholic Schools throughout the Midlands. All of these schools have been graded either ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and have strong support mechanisms in place for Newly Qualified Teachers.

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Clubs & Societies

Clubs & Societies are a huge part of college life and there is a wide range of them in Mary I, all of which are open to any MIC student. They provide a range of activities such as trips away, tournaments, music sessions, musicals, workshops, fundraisers, table quizzes and social nights.

 

How do they work?

Clubs & Socs are run by the students with the support of MISU (who provide advice and help with administration and finance). They provide a great platform for students to get involved in something they are passionate about. Your Clubs and Sports officers this year are Tom and Seán and your Societies officers are Mark and Chloe.

 

Clubs & Socs Days

Clubs & Socs days take place at the beginning of each semester and give students a chance to sign up to a Club or Society. Students can find out what different Clubs & Societies do and to speak to current members of a Club or Society. This allows students gain an insight into the Club or Society and is a great way to meet new people. Usually there is free grub and entertainment during Clubs & Socs Days and it’s a great display of what Clubs & Socs have to offer.

If you wish to become a member of a particular Club or Society you can sign up immediately on the day. The membership fee for a Club or Society is just €2 - an incredible price for what you get out of a Club or Society. If you think there is something missing feel free to call down to the SU and we’ll let you know how to set up your very own Society.

 

Clubs & Socs Day Semester 1:  Date TBC

Clubs & Socs Day Semester 2:  Date TBC

 

You can also join a Club or Society at any point during the year just find a meeting and head on in!

 

Clubs and Socs Council

This Council meets every two weeks and acts as a forum to give advice to Clubs & Societies. It is a great platform to organise joint events and bounce ideas off other Clubs & Societies.