Student placement series: Dylan Cronin travelled to Scotland to Quixwood Farm
Sarah McIntosh
Dylan Cronin, successful applicant of SEED-tech, Irish Farmers Journal and ASA student placement bursary winner, outlines his experience to Irish Country Living.
26 November 2022 News
Minister Simon Harris features on new educational podcast
Education and Training Boards Ireland (ETBI) educational podcast ‘OMG! What a Complete Education!’ features Minister Simon Harris, Sarah McIntosh writes.
23 November 2022 Viewpoints
Social media a crucial tool in the professional’s toolbox
Social media is a crucial tool of the young professional’s toolbox, particularly when working in journalism.
Graduate profiles: making the transition from student to employee
Three recent graduates share their experience in the agriculture sector so far. In conversation with Sarah McIntosh.
23 November 2022 Agri jobs
Remote working opportunities in rural Ireland
There are thousands of remote jobs available in rural Ireland - the problem is not many people know about them.
23 November 2022 Agri Careers
Top tips for CVs and cover letters
By taking the time to prepare a good CV and cover letter, you will give yourself and edge over other candidates writes Sarah Buckley, HR manager, Irish Farmers Journal.
23 November 2022 Agri jobs
Your choice? ‘Long hours at high intensity’ or work-life balance?
Agri companies are adjusting to work flexibility in an effort to hold staff just as the multinationals start calling employees back in. Who is on the right path?
23 November 2022 Amii
ICA confirms executive board removals
Three members of the ICA's national executive board were voted off by their fellow board members, the ICA has confirmed.
16 November 2022 News
Agri Aware reaching 150,000 children
The range of agricultural education programmes available to primary and secondary students is growing.
16 November 2022 Dealer
Will the cabinet reshuffle see McConalogue move?
With a change of Taoiseach, there will be some form of Government reshuffle. It's guesswork after that, I'm afraid.
16 November 2022 Dealer
There is no room to treat any farming query as a “stupid question”
It would be fool hardy to assume that people just; “should know”, how or where their food is produced. As the gap widens between consumers and farms, questions need answers. Writes Amii McKeever.
16 November 2022 Amii
Distress over Junior Cert results delay
The delayed release of the Junior Cert results is causing increased distress and frustration, writes Amaia O’Kelly, a transition year student caught up in the waiting game.
9 November 2022 Education