With over 7,000 graduates in Ireland and across the globe, Hibernia College graduates are helping to shape the world.
The Hibernia College Alumni Association is a resource that enables you to stay connected with others who have shared the Hibernia College experience.
It will facilitate you in maintaining lifelong connections and pursuing lifelong learning.
There are huge benefits in becoming a member of the Alumni Association – benefits that will continue to grow as the Association does. If you are not a member already and wish to join, simply complete and submit the registration form. The association is open to all Hibernia College graduates and is free to join.
Services and Benefits:
Reconnect with Friends
Events & Reunions
Careers Advice & Opportunities
Library & Resources
Alumni Association Quarterly E-Zine
This Alumni Association is in its infancy, we are currently developing the association and this website, so please visit regularly as we will be adding to it in the coming months.
The Alumni Association will develop with input and direction from its members. If you are interested in taking a greater role by becoming a member of the committee or have any ideas for the association, we would love to hear from you.
E-mail us at email@example.com.
Andrew Whelan, President, Hibernia College Alumni Association
We are delighted to announce the association’s first President, Andrew Whelan, HDAPE Graduate.
Andy holds a B.A in English literature and qualified as a primary school teacher from Hibernia College in 2010. He completed an M.Sc. in Technology and Learning, combing his interests in both reading and technology. In continuing to develop his professional practice, Andy received a scholarship from Hibernia in 2014, as part of the newly inducted Ph.D. programme. Broadly, his research interests are in the field of New Literacy Studies, Reading Engagement, Teacher Knowledge and the TPACK Framework. More specifically, his research focuses on the types of knowledge that a teacher may need to draw upon to support reading for enjoyment in the classroom. Andy has presented his research at both at national and international conferences.
Ciara O’Toole, Director of Student & Alumni Support & Services
Ciara has vast experience in the area of student support, student experience and operation management. Since joining Hibernia College in 2004, she has worked directly with students and on programme management in her previous roles as a Programme Administrator, Operations Manager and Director of Student Experience. In her current role, as Director of Student and Alumni Support and Services, Ciara has responsibility for the College’s student welfare and support programme and for the development of strong relationship between Hibernia College and its alumni through the Alumni Association.