Cyber Scotland Week 2020
Learn more about staying safe and making your time online more enjoyable.
As part of Scotland’s Year of Young People, we partnered with British Council Scotland to encourage you to embrace the international experiences available to you at home and abroad - from funding opportunities, to fun videos on international foods and some big Young Scot Rewards prizes!
Do you know what you're sharing online? Can you spot the scam from the sure-thing? Are you keeping your data secure? Find out more about Cyber Resilience...
Want to start a career in Cyber Security? Well, 'Digi Know?' is here to help! We've put together a guide filled with fun ways to learn digital skills and alternative ways to get into the industry, as well as info on how to stay safe online! Plus, keep an eye out for some exciting competitions!
Get information and plenty of useful links to opportunities throughout Europe that may be relevant to you as well as advice on how to benefit most from having a European Youth Card!
All the info you need to help you relax, to support your friends and to plan your next steps, whatever your results.
Food Standards Scotland
Food Standards Scotland and Young Scot have teamed up to help you learn how to prepare and cook food safely and eat more healthily, on a budget.
Seo far an lorgar na stuthan co-cheangailte ris a’ Ghàidhlig aig Young Scot agus na com-pàirtichean againn, bho fiosrachaidh is cothroman gu tachartasan is duaisean Faigh 25 puingean Rewards leis an Còd seo: VAQHA9NV This is where you'll find everything to do with Gaelic from Young Scot and our partners, from information and opportunities to events and rewards. Use this code to claim 25 Young Scot Rewards points: VAQHA9NV
Get ready for spooky season with Young Scot!
February is LGBT History Month. So why not check out our info on coming out, questions you may be asked, myth busters and more!
Young Scot are working with The Scottish Government to provide information for first-time tenants in private renting. You can find everything you need to know - from your rights, to dealing with tricky flatmates!
The National Youth Arts Advisory Group (NYAAG) main aim as a group is to ensure that there is a youth voice and perspective within the decision-making process for Scotland’s national youth arts strategy - Time to Shine - as well as advocating the power of youth voice and empowerment within the whole youth arts sector.