My name is Virginie Robinson, I am a mother of 3, I was born in Bourg-en Bresse, France. I arrived in Cork, Ireland in 1986 to learn English as an au pair… I am still here.
I co-ordinate groups and individuals coming from Europe and I am the primary contact between the teachers and students during their stay.
“I truly believe that having a work experience abroad is essential for any individual to achieve an open state of mind which will empower them with personal development, independence and emotional growth.” It’s a wonderful adventure… I highly encourage it !
Work Placement Co-ordinator
My name is Iuliana Iacob, I was born in Brasov, Romania. I arrived in Cork in 2014 and had several jobs in catering and NGOs.
After graduating a Level 5 QQI/FETAC course in Languages and European Studies from Cork College of Commerce and doing my work placement with Celtic Internships, I have been offered a job in the placements department in July of 2016.
I’ve learned a lot from Fiona and will forever appreciate her knowledge and skills in dealing with people. She was a true professional.
I believe that speaking another language and having international work experience can positively influence your career and I encourage anyone to do it.
As the Global employment market grows more competitive and demand for skills more specialised, it is essential that you enhance your academic skills with real world experience and training.
Here at Celtic Internships, based in Cork City, Republic of Ireland, we provide unpaid work placements for students and young professionals. These internships matches their required field of study and will provide invaluable practical work experience helping to open doors to the future.
We organise English courses in:
We organise accommodation according to your needs, duration of stay and budget in:
We organise half day or full day excursions in Cork or any different part of Ireland that you may choose to visit.