Posts tagged young people
Need some funding to support community activities for young people?

Youth Activity Fund 2019-2020

Gloucestershire County Council has funding available to invest in community activities for children and young people 8-18 years old. We are particularly interested in local solutions that achieve positive outcomes for our most vulnerable children and young people who may be in challenging circumstances; living with learning difficulties or disabilities/complex needs or living in care or care leavers.

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Create/Fuel

Creative takeover @ the Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford

This one-day event in Hereford city for anyone aged 16 to 30 whether you're an art student, gamer, museum geek, early-career creative or you don't know what your future holds.

The main session is for 16-30 year olds. At 5pm, the event opens to everyone and there will be a networking session for all ages.

To find out more and book free tickets, please go to: http://bit.ly/Create-Fuel-2019

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WANTED young creatives aged 18 - 25 years in Gloucestershire

·       Do you believe arts and culture can change lives? 

·       Want to have a voice and make an impact on what happens culturally in Gloucestershire?  

·       Interested in being a change maker, or help steer the future direction of an arts and cultural organisation?

We are looking for young creatives aged 18 – 25 years, who are passionate about the arts, want to make a difference and are curious about what it takes to be a young trustee, or part of a youth advisory board.

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Get Started with Music - opportunity for 16-25 year olds in Cheltenham

‘Get Started in Music’ programme in partnership with The Music Works is running from the 9th-13th May 2016. It will be based at Gloucestershire Music Makers, Studio 240, CCP, 340 High Street, Cheltenham, GL50 3JF. 

The Get Started in Music programme is aimed at young people who are 16-25 and not engaged in education, employment or training*.

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Innovative Partnerships training - new date - Friday 22 April 2016

Interested in creating opportunities and unlocking hidden value and resources through partnerships?

Increasingly there is the need to work with partners if you are going to access the resources your organisation needs to prosper and grow. This training looks at how innovative and mutually beneficial partnerships can unlock resources, build sustainability and produce outcomes linked to your learning offer/work with young people. We do this by distinguishing the relationships and benefits that you can and do create for others and then learning how to use them to start accessing the resources you need. 


 

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