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The NSPCC is recruiting 13-16 year-olds to form a new young people’s Board for Change

January 7th 2021
Vicky Sartain

The NSPCC’s new Board for Change will comprise 15 young people who will be integral to advising and sharing ideas with the NSPCC.

This is a fantastic opportunity for young members to have their say, represent our sport and make a difference.  The new NSPCC Board for Change will be at the heart of the charity’s work and will therefore be highly influential. The NSPCC is committed to offering support to young people to ensure they play an active part in the work of the Board.

Board members will get involved in fun projects and travel across the country (when conditions allow) to take part in residentials, meetings, and workshops.

Find out how to apply to join the NSPCC Board for Change here.

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