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Become a Youth Ambassador

BECOME A YOUTH AMBASSADOR

Becoming an Impact Arts Youth Ambassador requires a minimum commitment of one year from you. During your time in the Sketchy Youths you may have the opportunity to attend project visits, training or events/workshops hosted at a range of Impact Art project sites. If you are under 18 you will need parental permissions for this, and may require a chaperone. Any visits will be organised and paid for by Impact Arts. For the main part, you will work with the Listening Expert and the rest of the group on developing website and social media content whilst working towards a Community Achievement Award if you would like to.

Becoming a member of the Sketchy Youths requires commitment, but will give you the opportunity to learn, make new friends, make your voice heard, advocate for other young people and shape Impact Arts projects.

Full details about the role are here.

Visit the Sketchy Youths blog to see what they have been up to.

If you have any further questions about what the role will involve, please contact our Listening Expert Beth Farmer or Programme Manager Nicola Burgess on 0141 575 3001 or email beth.farmer@impactarts.co.uk / nicola.burgess@impactarts.co.uk

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You have read and understood the Youth Ambassador member role description above and are 16 years of age or over.

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