Limerick, Ireland

Local Museum

English (Superior)

This local authority museum is owned and funded by the city with the goal of collecting, preserving, and displaying material relating to the history and heritage of the city and county. This is a great opportunity to get to know the culture and people of the area. A participant at this organization may be responsible for cataloging and updating collections, assisting in research and organization exhibitions, and interacting with patrons of the museum.

Education Support Center

English (Superior)

This Education Support Center aims to provide low-cost, essential schooling at a nominal fee with the goal of encouraging full participation by children in their education. They believe that everybody should have the opportunity to reach their full potential regardless of their personal wealth. A participant at this host organization may help the center's shop with day-to-day functions by carrying out various support roles.

Youth Service Center

English (Superior)

This Youth Service Center provides youth with work, education, training & employability projects. They support a number of diverse youth work projects including international youth work. The organization enhances the civic, educational, personal, and social development of young people with programs focusing on a broad range of topics from leaderships skills, animal welfare, and web safety to creative arts, music, and sports. A participant in this role may be involved with group study sessions, arts, teaching, and a limited amount of administrative work.

Youth Foundation and Play Center

English (Superior)

This national foundation helps make dreams come true for terminally-ill children and provides an all-inclusive and accessible play center for children of all needs and abilities. Participants in this role may have opportunities to serve both in the foundation's office and in the play center. Possible responsibilities may include fundraising support, research, database entry, play center maintenance, and helping supervise play areas. ** NOTE: This organization requires a commitment of up to 30 hours per week and work on weekends.

Center for Special Needs

English (Superior)

This center is a non-profit organization that provides socially inclusive activities for people with autism and their families. Their services include autism camps, special needs sibling groups, and movement groups for individuals and their families. They also work closely with local businesses increase the businesses' autism/sensory friendliness. Participants in this role may have opportunities to work directly with the community and on administrative and organizational tasks and activities.