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Setting up a Young Advisors Project will be pivotal in helping you further the reach of youth participation, and making sure that young people actively inform decision making and improving services in your area.
This page includes documents we hope will inform the set up of your Young Advisors Project.
If you want to get some first hand knowledge of how to set up your Young Advisors Project, why not check where your nearest project is on the Where are we? section of the site.
Our Training Brochure for 2012/13 which tells you all about the things we deliver. We also develop bespoke programmes on request. Go to Young Advisors Solutions for more information and to download our brochure
Being a Young Advisor is a job like any other and we should value the contributions young people make to improving local services and communities. If you'd like to know more about why we work in this socially entrepreneurial way, click here.
Being part of the national movement is just one of the Member benefits, there are many more though, why not check them out!
A very quick summary should you be considering setting up a Young Advisors project
We get lots of requests from young people wanting to know how they can become a Young Advisor and work locally, regionally and nationally to improve communities and services. If you are interested in becoming a Young Advisor then please give us a call at Young Advisors HQ on 0161 850 1077 to chat to one of our staff team. We have also put together the document below to guide young people through the process of setting up, please read through and then us a call if you want to make a Young Advisor scheme happen in your locality.
Below are a whole host of useful hints & tips, information and guidelines aimed at supporting host organisations and individuals set up Young Advisor Schemes. Please download and read through - don't hesitate to contact us on 0161 850 1077 if you have any questions though!
More detailed information to help you implement your Young Advisor Project.
Want help recruiting your Young Advisors, perhaps this Fact Sheet will help?
The general job description for all Young Advisors
A guide for Youth Leads and Mentors on the induction of new Young Advisors.
To be completed by all Young Advisors either before or during training, and posted or directly handed to a charity representative.
Communities and Local Government commissioned an independent evaluation of the first four pilots. Want to learn more about what went well, and what you could do better?
Creating a diverse Young Advisor team will always be your key to success. Here are some top tips from the Council for Disabled Children to help create the best opportunties for all young people.
The approved logo to use on all your communications.