In her role, Rebecca engages with the schools sector and supports it with all aspects of the Taith programme, raising awareness of the opportunities across the sector in Wales and providing advice and guidance to applicants and beneficiaries.
Having worked on Erasmus+ for many years I have seen the positive impact that international work has on participants. I’m excited to have joined Taith and to be a part of providing support and guidance to applicants and beneficiaries from Schools all over Wales so that as many participants as possible can benefit from the programme.
Guy works as part of the professional service delivery team which is dedicated to the provision of an efficient, effective, customer focused and quality driven IT service to all the Taith team.
‘It was a wonderful opportunity for me to join Taith in May, it is such a lovely team to work for and its a unique programme to be part of and the first of its kind for Wales. The programme aims to give life-changing experiences for people in Wales to study, train, volunteer and work all over the world. This programme is exciting and rewarding and it is a privilege to be part of it.’
Leah monitors, supports and plans board, resources and capacity. Leah is involved in most of the portfolios including resource management systems, IT systems, processes and programming for the programme.
I think Taith has the potential to open up opportunities for so many people across Wales and the world. I’m excited to find out more about the organisations and projects that can offer these and how we can help them to do this. We have a really dedicated and passionate team who I love working with. I have a lot of experience managing grant programmes in the voluntary and youth sectors in Wales, both national and international as well as a background in IT systems content development.
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.