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We need youth! Join the Impact Arts youth steering group

Impact Arts are looking for young people to form a steering group to celebrate 2018's Year of Young People and influence and design Impact Arts projects across Scotland.

We want to hear from young people with a desire to make a difference for themselves and other young people in their community.

If you're aged 14-24 years olds and can commit to meeting once a month for a year, then get in touch for more information!

The steering group is a chance to meet other young people who are passionate about arts, creativity and community. You will also take part int raining, activities and events to help support you in the future.

You will get experience of supporting the development of nationwide community arts programmes and add to your CV.

You will get the chance to represent the views of young people and achieve an accredited award.

Download a role description for all the information you need.

 

How to apply

You can either:

If you have any questions, contact Jamie Proudfoot or Nicola Wood on 0141 575 3001 or at jamie.proudfoot@impactarts.co.uk / nwood@impactarts.co.uk.

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