2013 has been another great year for Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, and as it draws to a close we’re already making plans for an even better 2014! As always, a new year brings with it a new search for potential social entrepreneurs and a fresh opportunity to hear about the incredible projects making a difference throughout Ireland.
As an organisation we are constantly looking at ways to improve the support we offer. With this in mind 2014 will see a number of new developments in how we select and support those with the most potential to change Ireland.
One of these developments is the streamlining of our selection process, meaning that the 2014 process will take place over a shorter period of time than before. As a result our call for applications will be taking place in March next year, rather than the usual January starting time. We’ll also be tweaking and evolving our Awards Programmes to deliver more focused and tailored supports to the social entrepreneurs we work with.
Over the coming weeks and months we’ll be providing a lot more detail on how our 2014 Awards will shape up, so keep an eye out for announcements and updates via email, on our website and of course on our social media pages. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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