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This is where you'll find all the news, from the hottest thing off the press to the very earliest things that were published. If you have a story you think we should publish, then don't hesitate to get in touch: email us at info@themullanyfund.org


Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

The Mullany Fund’s Future

The Charity has recently been looking at itself to try and ensure that it achieves as much as it can, while still keeping true to its foundation of tackling social mobility issues through education.

To that end, the charity is looking to evolve in two important regards over the longer term:

  1. The charity will look to expand the work that it does to cover all of Wales.
  2. The charity will look to expand the educational focus of its work to cover all subjects.

We will look to work in partnership with other organisations to achieve these aims. We will bring expertise from the work we’ve already done to help those in education achieve the future their skills and knowledge deserves.

Friday, August 14th, 2015

Website work begins behind the scenes

We’ve started work on a new website. It’s going to be structured in a way that addresses our growing audiences, will let you know what we’re doing in a much more up-to-date way, and will be ready to grow with us as we look to address the social mobility issues of Wales.

In addition to the structural changes, it’s also going to be fully bilingual – with social network tie-ins to boot!

More news on developments soon!

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Work for us! E-mentoring Project Assistant

  • Salary circa £20,000 pa pro rata depending on experience
  • 20 – 28 hours per week
  • Big Lottery Funded for 3 Years
  • Based at Institute of Life Science, Swansea University

The Mullany Fund is an educational charity working to increase social mobility with specific interest in improving access to healthcare and medical professions.

The E-mentoring project works in partnership with local schools with support from the National Lottery. The project aims to connect disadvantaged young people interested in medical and healthcare careers with medical professionals via a secure online space, helping them aspire to and achieve meaningful careers.

We are looking for a project assistant to join our organisation who is a conscientious, enthusiastic and organised individual who will support the Project Manager to provide administrative and clerical support to undertake routine tasks for the efficient running of the project. To do this the candidate will need to be versatile, have good attention to detail, and a willingness to learn and develop new skills.

The successful candidate will contribute to the ongoing process of building and maintaining good relationships with state secondary schools in Neath Port Talbot and the City and County of Swansea, potential mentors and other collaborative partners across the education and healthcare sectors.

Key skills must include administration, IT, numeracy, literacy, communication and organisational skills.

For more information, download a file below, or contact info@themullanyfund.org.

Job Description (English)
Job Description (Cymraeg)

Closing date: 15.03.2015

The Mullany Fund aims to promote equality of opportunity.
Registered Charity Number: 1126302

 

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

Fund Thanks Swim Master

The Mullany Fund would like to thank supporter Catrin Jones for her fundraising efforts this year. Followers of the charity will know that Catrin has a liking for extreme outdoor swimming events.

This year Catrin ventured out of British waters and jetted off to New York  to do The Governors Island Swim – a 2 mile event in the Hudson river.  She also did a number of other swimming challenges including a repeat of the Great Welsh Swim  (3.8k sea swim) and the Great London Swim (1 mile).

Unlike an indoor swimming pool, a stretch of open water is a wild and uncontrolled environment, which adds markedly to the challenge.

“I’ve completely got the open swimming bug.  While swimming up and down a 25m pool can be boring outdoor swimming can be incredibly exciting and there’s often the added sense of battling with, and overcoming the elements.”

You can donate at Catrin’s Fundraising Page.

Monday, July 21st, 2014

UWE Graduate Wins 2014 Mullany Prize for Excellence in Physiotherapy

The Mullany Prize for Excellence in physiotherapy has been won by deserving student Faye Goodwin from the University of the West of England.

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