Strategic investment in our communities is a part of Vermilion’s corporate DNA and helps us fulfil our mission of delivering superior rewards to investors, employees, partners and the communities in which we operate.
Along with our Corrib Gas Partners, CPPIB and Equinor, we are pleased to continue supporting the following investments in Ireland.
Each summer, through the Internship Programme, Vermilion will offer paid practical work experience at the Bellanaboy Bridge Gas Terminal to third level students. The internship disciplines vary from year to year, but typically include engineering, health and safety and environmental sciences. We are now accepting applications through until April 19, 2019.
Places on the Internship Programme are subject to availability.
Please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability to:
4 Údarás na Gaeltachta
Belmullet, Co Mayo
In celebration of local culture, Vermilion and its partners CPPIB and Statoil sponsor a number of events.
The Corrib Gas Partners provide two scholarship programmes for students in Erris, Co. Mayo.
The Third Level Scholarship programme has supported over 140 young people to continue their studies at a third level institute.
The programme is exclusive to the students of the four secondary schools in Erris, Co. Mayo (Coláiste Chomain, Ros Dumhach, Our Lady’s Secondary School, Belmullet, St. Brendan’s Secondary College, Belmullet and St. Patrick’s College, Lacken Cross).
The scholarships are available to successful applicants for the first year of study of their chosen third level course and are valued at €3,000.
Applicants are required to submit a personal essay and a themed essay.
The Third Level Scholarship programme is currently open for applications. Please click here to open application form. The closing date for applications is Friday 29th of March, 2019.
Launched in 2012, the Irish Language Scholarship supports young people to further their study of the Irish language. There are ten scholarships available to attend an Irish language summer course at Coláiste Mhaigh Eo or U.I.S.C.E.
The programme is open to students from the four secondary schools in Erris (Coláiste Chomain, Ros Dumhach, Our Lady’s Secondary School, Belmullet, St. Brendan’s Secondary College, Belmullet and St. Patrick’s College, Lacken Cross).
The Irish Language Scholarship programme is currently open for applications. Please click here to open the application form. The closing date for applications is Friday 8th of March, 2019.
The Local Grants Programme is open to community and voluntary organisations in Erris. It supports a wide range of projects, services and activities including community development, environmental conservation, education and combatting rural/social isolation and unemployment. Since 2007, more than 150 local organisations have benefitted. Grants of up to €5,000 are available to projects and organisations that are local, inclusive and sustainable.
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