Young Citizens are looking for a Young Trustee

Young Citizens are seeking to recruit somebody between the ages of 18-23 to our Board of Trustees.  They want to try to reflect a relevant range of skills and experiences on their Board and feel that they would benefit from the experience of somebody who has relatively recently been a student in the education system and/or has experience as a young active citizen or involvement in social action or youth voice. As well as this experience, they hope they will also bring insights into priorities and perspectives of the young people we seek to benefit.

Please share with young people in your networks.

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Based in the North East? 

Gabriel, a young filmmaker,  is leading a campaign to highlight the importance of a wider curriculum and dynamic PHSE and Citizenship Education in school.  Supported by Virgin Money Foundation and The Key, Gabriel is creating a campaign film, and developing online resources to help young people to campaign further, develop their own campaign, or to help those working in education to implement the changes young people want. The aim is that the campaign influences decision makers to create change within the current system.

He’s looking for insight from a wide range of young people and partners from across the North East, and would love it if you could take some time to answer the appropriate survey:

Young people:


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The Girls Network Job Opportunity

The Girls Network are looking for a London Network Manager, if you’re looking to join a diverse, dynamic team within a growing and fast-paced charity, aiming to secure unlimited futures for all young women, this is for you.

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Ship for World Youth Programme

The Embassy of Japan is looking for 11 Young Leaders (aged 18-30) and 1 National Leader from across the UK to take part in this once in a lifetime international exchange opportunity with over 200 young people from 11 countries on board a Japanese cruise ship.

The Ship for World Youth (SWY) is a unique, cross-cultural exchange programme funded by the Government of Japan. As a SWY participant, you will have the opportunity to study and discuss shared issues from a global perspective, participating in a variety of activities with young people from 11 different countries to cultivate international and intercultural awareness and leadership.

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Making Tech Imaginable and Usable for Small Charities

The Institute for Volunary Actio Research (IVAR) have released a new report, Start Somewhere. An exploratory study into how to make techonology imaginable and usable for small charities.

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Smart Schools Council Job Opportunity

Smart Schools Council are seeking an experienced fundraiser to mentor our Co-Founder and build our organisational capacity to raise funds.

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Funding in Cumbria

Are you working with young people in Cumbria? @cumbriacf are offering #iwillFund grants of £5,000 for projects that support young people to take action on the issues that matter to them!

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