Students from universities across Dublin are invited to apply to take part in the unique 100minds mentorship programme and raise vital funds for Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
The unique student and young professional fundraiser ‘100minds’ is now open for student applications and invites third-level students in Dublin to take part, develop their professional skills and support Temple Street.
100minds is a fantastic opportunity for ambitious young people looking to develop their project management and communications skills while also making a real difference in the lives of sick children.
The hugely successful initiative challenges 100 of the best and brightest undergraduates to raise €1,000 each for Temple Street while also gaining valuable CV skills.
Students from universities across Dublin are paired with recently graduated professionals, who will guide and mentor them as they aim to raise funds in imaginative and creative ways.
Over the past three years, 100minds has raised close to €1million for Irish children's charities and is now an annual fundraiser to support Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from the experience and skills of their mentor, and build great career skills along the way.
To apply for this year’s programme, sign up online at www.100minds.org.