Free Youth programme with Global Generation Generators

Community | Young People

Do you want to create a positive change in the world? Become a Generator.

  • Learn about the natural and urban environment.
  • Be a leader by working with groups in real life projects
  • Get trained in public speaking
  • Be a food entrepreneur
  • Express your creativity
  • Learn new skills by working with local businesses
  • Gain opportunities for work experience
  • Volunteer for Duke of Wellington Awards
  • Receive a certificate great for CVs and UCAS statement

Global generation are looking for school aged local young people to join their Generator programme which takes place on Mondays at the Paper Garden in the Printworks.

The programme can help build leadership skills, learn about nature and urban environment, and includes links to the Duke of Edinburgh Awards and a certificate which is great for CVs and UCAS statements.

Are you ready to inspire generations? Apply now and join the team on Monday at The Paper Garden. For more info or to join see the flyer below and contact or 07950 754 531.

Generator programme

Our flagship programme, for local 14- to 18-year-olds, provides foundational training outside of school hours in our “I, We and The Planet” framework, both at Pertwood Farm and our London sites. Generators voluntarily co-design, co-deliver, take part in and reflect on activities in King’s Cross and beyond, gaining experience in working with businesses and the local community. This helps them develop skills in communication, enterprise and leadership, as well as hands-on work in our urban gardens and kitchen.

For more information about community projects for young people, visit Global Generation

Source: Global Generation

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