Blackrock College Union
Founded in 1898, The Blackrock College Union is the body which represents Past Students of Blackrock College.
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The primary function of the Union is to provide a facility for the Alumni to interface with each other and the College and promote that relationship in a positive manner. It does this by facilitating class reunions of Past Students 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years out and through the Union Annual Dinner (the Friday immediately after Easter) and the Annual Retreat (on Holy Thursday and Good Friday).
As well as branches in the Provinces of Ireland, there are also active branches of the Union in Great Britain and North America, which hold their own Reunion events on a regular basis.
THE UNION MISSION FUND
The UMF’s objective is to support the Spiritans in their missionary work. The Fund raises monies through collections and surpluses from reunion functions, sponsorship and direct donations.
BLUE AND WHITE SUPPORT GROUP
To provide confidential assistance, support and advice to any member of the ‘Rock family whose life may be in crisis.
The Union plays an active role in a number of key events in the Blackrock College calendar, including:
Career interviews (6th Year) Career Talks (5th Year)
Dragons’ Den (Transition Year) Graduation Ball
Children’s Christmas Outing (Transition Year)
Past v. Present Debate