Stevenage FC Foundation are currently recruiting 16-17 year olds (school year 11 and 12) to join our National Citizen Service (NCS) programme this summer.
NCS is a government backed programme, which encourages young people to gain new life skills to set them up for the next steps in their lives. It is a four week programme, which is being held between the 28th July and the 22nd August.
It consists of two residential trips across the first two weeks and then the final two weeks are where they have the chance to deliver social action projects in Stevenage.
28th July – 1st August – Grosvenor Hall, Kent
4th August – 8th August – Bedfordshire University, Luton
11th August – 22nd August – Social Action Projects, Stevenage.
Benefits of NCS:
NCS helps to develop new skills, with workshops and qualifications being held during week 2, such as the Sports Leaders Award and workshops in journalism, fashion, sports and music. As well as all of this, this programme is recognised by UCAS, and is an invaluable asset to be able to put onto your personal statements when applying for Universities, not only just on personal statements but also on CV’s when putting them together to apply for jobs.
All this costs just £50! That includes accommodation, travel, activities and all meals for the first two weeks. For more information please contact Dani Burge on 01438 222 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can sign up online at http://www.ncseast.co.uk/contact-us/stevenage-football-club.aspx.