As grants assistant, Chloe provides administrative support to the grants and finance team and liaises with participants about the Taith funding streams.
I’m excited to be a part of the Taith team as I have seen first-hand the difference international exchange can make to someone. Being able to work in a team to help make this possible for people from different walks of life in Wales is an absolute pleasure.
As a Grant Officer, Matthew helps the Taith team to manage grants, gives advice and guidance to programme applicants and participants, and supports the day to day operation of projects.
Having previously worked on Erasmus+ I have heard so many inspirational stories on the impact international mobility has had on participants. I’m grateful to be part of the Taith team working on such an editing programme that will provide so many opportunities to the learners of Wales.
In my role as Grants Officer, I will be supporting the Taith team in the grants management cycle, providing advice and guidance to programme applicants and participants, and supporting the day-to-day operation of projects.
I have 14 years of experience in Further Education, where I worked to support those who may not have otherwise been able to access the learning opportunities that they had. I am so happy to be able to apply my knowledge, experience and passion to now work with the Taith team to help successful applicants take part in such an innovative and exciting programme.
Michele provides an administrative service to the team by engaging and completing a range of routine tasks to meet operational and programme requirements.
Having studied and taught Sociology, I value and understand the importance of cross-cultural experiences and how they enrich lives. I am especially excited to be part of such a programme which extends this life-changing opportunity to those who would not normally have access to such an experience.