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Young People’s Workers (Talkshop & Community) at Trafford Council

Are you passionate youth work? Are you skilled at building trusting, positive, relationships with young people, even when they don’t want to know? Do you want to be part of a new, innovative, determined youth work team reaching out to young people across Trafford? Or work as part of the existing Talkshop team, listening to and supporting young parents, young people at risk of or experiencing sexual exploitation, and young people who go missing from home?

Hours: 
36.25 hours per week, worked flexibly over the week, with at least 3 late evenings
Salary: 
£21,589 per annum
Location: 
Trafford
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Choose Change and Become - A Retreat for Emerging Young Leaders

28 September, 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00

'Choose, Change and Become' offers emerging young leaders the opportunity to enhance their capacity for self-transformation'.

You are invited to a special gathering to explore self-transformation in youth leadership and have a taste of some emerging processes that can enhance it.

The purpose of the Choose, Change and Become (CCB) Retreat:

Care Leavers Programme Coordinator at Greater Manchester Youth Network

Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) is a youth charity that creates opportunities so that disadvantaged young people from across Greater Manchester (GM) can take steps towards a positive future.

GMYN support young people to be safe, valued and ambitious by delivering high quality programmes and building the capacity of other youth organisations.

Hours: 
28 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC scales 24-26 £22,401 - £23,866 per annum
Location: 
GMYN, Greenfish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE (with a working base at the Leaving Care Team in Trafford)
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The Adventures of Captain Confidence

11 October, 2019 - 12:30 to 14:30

Enter Captain Confidence's universe and find out how the Captain's superpowers can help children build their mental and physical resilience.

The Adventures of Captain Confidence is a comic book project for children aged 8-11 by START and Salford Red Devils Foundation and funded by NHS Salford CCG and Salford CVS. With pupils from 3 schools, we created a comic that explores wellbeing topics such as bullying, inclusivity and staying well. The comic inspires fun and interactive art and sport workshops that help children explore their physical and mental health.

Young People’s Programme Producer (maternity cover) at Home

Home are looking for a Young People’s Programme Producer (maternity cover) to join their team.

The Young People’s Programme Producer is vital to ensuring HOME is an organisation that provides a diverse range of young people with the opportunity to get involved in the arts, showcase their work, have a voice, develop skills, talent and confidence and improve their wellbeing within a creative environment.

The ideal candidate:

Hours: 
Full time including regular evening and weekend work
Salary: 
£23,000 per annum
Location: 
Manchester
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The Whitworth Opportunity: Utopia Artist in residence

6 Sep 2019 - 11:21 by michelle.foster

The Whitworth Art GalleryThe Whitworth is looking for two emerging artists from any discipline, aged 24 or under, to help them shape their work with young people and local communities.

Utopias project:

In his seminal book Utopia (1516), Thomas More gave name and form to an idea that captured the human imagination - that of aspiring to an ideal future, an improved world, a better society.

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WEA Greater Manchester ESF Community Grants Workshop – Manchester

19 September, 2019 - 10:30 to 12:00

A WEA workshop for Not for Profit organisations interested in applying for Greater Manchester European Social Fund (ESF) Community Grants

About this Event
Over the next two years, the ESF Community grant programme will help thousands of people who face additional barriers in the workplace to improve their employability and gain permanent employment.

Small grants of up to £20,000 are available across Greater Manchester to eligible organisations in the VCSE sector

The funding can help ALL who are out of work but especially those that:

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