Up to 120 unemployed graduates and professionals will soon be able to take part in a free programme that focuses on innovation and returning them to the workforce, according to the sbpost.ie.
The free programme, The Business Innovation Programme, which has been launched by the Dublin City University (DCU) Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurship, hopes to find “high-quality jobs for unemployed graduates and professionals, to help industries and individuals with redundant skills,” the DCU website said.
Taking place on campus in Dublin’s Citywest, the programme kicks off on 26 October for a duration of seven months.
The "innovation interns" will receive guidance as they embark on a structured work programme for the duration of the course.
To find out more, go to DCU’s website.