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Ceri Nesbitt

When did you first volunteer? Summer 2017. Where do you volunteer? Within groups in my local youth centre such as the LGBT+ group and the ‘Saturday Club’. How often do you volunteer? 2-3 times a week. What inspired you to get involved? After being a participant in the 2017 NCS Programme, I wanted to continue […]

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Aoife

Enniskillen Hospital “I enjoyed the hospital as I wish to continue in 3rd level education in the field of nursing. this gave me an opportunity to see the workings of the hospital and it has made me determined to continue in this field. I’m interested in the sporting world as well, as I volunteered to […]

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Saoirse

Omagh Youth Centre “I love the feeling of knowing that I’ve helped other people, teaching people about mental health has been very important to me since I’ve lost a friend through suicide

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Courtney

The Women and Family Health Ward in Omagh Hospital, Parkview Nursing Home and The Saturday Club. “I really enjoyed my time in the Omagh Hospital as it further amplified my views on nursing, the good and the other. I have been lucky enough to have been selected for an interview at a Welsh University and […]

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Megan McAleer

I would encourage other young people to become millennium volunteers as the opportunities are endless and the rewards go so much deeper than just getting a certificate; you get the chance to better your community, peers and yourself.

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MV Ultimate – Niamh Doyle

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MV Ultimate – Maebh Reynolds & Amy Hookins

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MV Ultimate – Conor Irvine

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MV Ultimate – Aife Gough & Therese Crossan

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Wentin Chen

It is hugely rewarding and inspires you to continue volunteering and become more involved with the community around you!

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Tristan Bell

Taking part in your community for the bettering of all people is one of the most valuable contributions one can make to society.

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Jessica Best

To get experience and meet new people. To learn them to socialise and help the community.

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Grace Hamilton

Although I am not a Millennium Volunteer, I would advise any young person to give volunteering a go because it’s so rewarding.

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Gordon Woolsey

A great opportunity to get involved and volunteering. Millennium Volunteers allows you to get something back for all the volunteering.

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Fainche McCormack

I would encourage others to become a volunteer because not only are you giving back to the community but it is also hugely rewarding. An experience you will always remember.

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Eoin Curran

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community and is extremely rewarding. It is a great way to meet new friends and is a lot of fun. I say get involved with as much as possible.

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Ella Diamond

It is an amazing opportunity and looks great on your CV. My advice is that be yourself and try your hardest!

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Danielle Humphreys

I would encourage others to join because Volunteer Now recognizes and appreciates all the hard work you have done.

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Ciarán Chambers

It is a lot of fun! Be organised and throw yourself into any voluntary role your are given.

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