Gaeltacht scholarships 2017

The closing date for receipt of application forms for the 2017 Gaeltacht Scholarship Scheme was Thursday 23rd March 2017. The Gaeltacht Scheme for 2017 is now closed.

The 2017 IMPACT gaeltacht scholarship grant recipients have been announced. Eighty of the 355 applicants will each receive a €150 grant for children attending residential Irish language courses in Gaeltacht areas this summer. The draw, held on 4th April, was conducted by members of the union’s general services committee. The successful applications are:

Antony Abse – Galway

Rachel Akkoc – Institutes of Technology

Susan Barnes – Dublin Hospitals

Brian Barrett – Galway

Orla Barry – Limerick Health

Sadie Bradley – Donegal Local Government

Edith Bridcut – Dublin Hospitals

Jennifer Brown – Dublin Hospitals

Karen Buckley – Limerick Health

Dympna Byrne – Louth

Mairead Cadden – Cavan

Anita Cafolla – Dublin Hospitals

Tom Cahill- Cavan

Melanie Clarke – Dublin Hospitals

Sarah Clarke – Institutes of Technology

Veronica Coffey – Donegal Health

Kieran Corbett – Legal Officers

Sonia Coughlan – NETB

Helen Cummins – Galway

Anne Cunningham – Cavan

Corina Dolan – SNA South Leinster

Ciaran Donaghy – Ordnance Survey

Gwen Doyle – NETB

Barbara Duffy – Institutes of Technology

Bernadette Eccles – NETB

Richard Egan – Psychologists

Valerie Enright – Limerick Health

Sharon Eustace – Psychologists

Olivia Evans – Offaly

Pauline Feely – Sligo

Aisling Fitzgerald – Institutes of Technology

Patricia Flynn – Monaghan

Eugene Gargan – Communications

Paul Graham – IAESA

Carmel Hamill – Offaly

Joann Keegan – Dublin Hospitals

Padraic Killarney – Agriculture No.1

Paula Larkin – SNA Munster

Mary Layden – Education No.1

Barbara Levins – Dublin Hospitals

Joe Lumsden – Louth

Alison Lynch – Dublin South HSE

Cathriona MacCarthy – Roscommon

Claire Madden – Ballinasloe

Yvonne Magill – Institutes of Technology

Helen Maher – Limerick Health

Geraldine Mangan – NETB

Eileen McCarthy – Cork

Noeleen McConway – State Enterprise No.1

Brian McGuire – Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown

Kenneth McManus – IALPA

Francis Mollen – Offaly

Patrick Moloney – Longford

Dervla Moore – Limerick Health

Laurence Moore – Donegal Health

Thomas Moran – Dairy Produce Inspectors

Joanne Morrissey – Mayo

Christine Murphy – Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown

Yvonne Nolan – Clare

Shirley Noone – Dublin Hospitals

Audrey Nugent – State Laboratory

Anne Marie O’Dwyer – SNA South Leinster

Carey O’Mahony, Sinead – Tipperary South Health and Community

Brenda Pierce – South Dublin

Mary Quinn – NETB

Marie Regan – Roscommon

Hugo Reilly – Road Safety Authority

Peter Salmon – Galway

Paula Stenson – Sligo

Anne Tangney – Cork

Lynda Thompson – Dublin Hospitals

Pat Travers – Road Safety Authority

Imelda Tully – Ballinasloe

Martina Walsh – Donegal Health

Sinead Ward – Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown

Mary White – Sligo

Clarice Wynne – Leitrim.