Mark’s success with Ernst and Young Flagship Funding from The Ireland Funds is enabling the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities TCD to establish a graduate internship programme as part of their certificate course. Mark Hogan, who attends the Prosper Fingal Donnycarney Service, made the best of this opportunity by completing a successful work placement at Ernst and Young. Following on from this, Mark was offered a paid internship with Ernst and Young. View the video by the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities telling the story of Mark’s journey to success with Ernst and Young. Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities Flagship funding is enabling the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities Inclusion TCD to establish a graduate internship programme as part of their cetificate course. We were proud to highlight this great organisation at today's Rugby Lunch. Take a look! Posted by The Ireland Funds on Friday, February 1, 2019...
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