Students at St Ambrose College have the opportunity to get involved with a number of Edmund Rice linked organisations. More information on the activities of these organisations and the staff members responsible for them can be found in this section of the website.
Edmund Rice International
‘Edmund Rice International’ is an NGO within the United Nations in Geneva that lobbies governments and international agencies on issues of justice and human rights. Find out more about how you could become an Ambassador and represent St Ambrose College at Geneva on the Edmund Rice International page of the website.
Edmund Rice Development
‘Edmund Rice Development’ (known as ERD) is a development organisation based in Dublin inspired by the life and vision of Edmund Rice. ERD works with people living in the world's poorest communities and aims to transform their lives for the better.
Find out more about the work of ERD, how St Ambrose College have helped to contribute and how you can help to make a difference to peoples lives on the Edmund Rice Development page of the website
EDmund Rice Awards
The Edmund Rice Awards Scheme was established in 1994 in Ireland in order to encourage young people to respond to the needs of their local community in the spirit of Edmund Rice.
The scheme encourages students to deliver a valuable service to their community, and expose them to the realities of social injustice and marginalisation. Learn more about how you can be involved here.
Edmund Rice Education beyond borders
Edmund Rice Education Beyond Borders (EREBB) is an international network of Catholic schools educating young people from many different faiths and cultures. In over 20 countries we endeavour to promote global solidarity and offer a transformational education for justice and liberation. Find out more about the work of this group and the involvement of St Ambrose staff and pupils here.
SERV Asylum seeker support
St Ambrose College ERI group is led by Mrs H Burton and they has been working with SERV (Salford Edmund Rice Volunteers) in Salford for the last two years in helping Refugees who use the centre. Please see the SERV Asylum Seeker Support webpage to find out more about the work that Mrs Burton and the Sixth Form ERI Group have been involved in.