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Teens’ fun chance to gain skills with Brighton Volunteer Centre
5:30pm Tuesday 23rd July 2013 in News
The Brighton Volunteer Centre is looking for 16 to 17-year-olds to take part in their summer programme with the National Citizen Service.
The scheme, which runs from August 5 to 23, gives teenagers the chance to develop new skills, meet new people and do something for their community.
There are taster days to meet team mates followed by fun residential and skill building sessions.
The final part of the scheme involves planning and organising a project with charities and community groups that will last about 28 days.
Volunteers will then get a graduation ceremony to celebrate their achievements and receive a certificate signed by David Cameron.
The scheme is open to any 16 or 17-year-old who wishes to give their time over the summer and gives opportunities to carry on the good work in the future.
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