Whether you are passionate about climate change, want to be part of a unique experience or are looking for something to boost your CV, volunteering at the COP26 climate conference is a great opportunity for young people in and around Glasgow.
The National Youth Arts Advisory Group (NYAAG) are looking to find out what young people’s priorities are within the Arts and Culture sector and how young people can get involved in decisions that are made as the sector recovers from COVID-19.
Shape the future of Young Scot! Join the team to help us shape our strategy for 2022-2025.
Find out more about volunteering on a brand new youth engagement team with #YSHive, in partnership with National Museums Scotland.
This survey is all about your experiences and thoughts about the historic environment and Historic Environment Scotland.
Want to help create online content for young people? If so, then apply for our Scottish Forestry project to develop your skills & promote the outdoors! If you’re 11-26 and live in Scotland, here’s how you can get involved.
Share your story as a young carer living in Scotland with Carers Trust and make sure your voice is heard!
Join the EYCA Youth Panel and help shape the programmes and services on offer to 7 million young people across Europe.
Creative Scotland’s 'Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund' aims to support the creative ideas and ambitions of young people aged 11 to 25.
Young Scot Hive and the National Youth Arts Advisory Group (NYAAG) are looking to hold a Jam session with young people and members of the Arts and Culture sector to explore the main priorities for young people in the Arts and how young people can be involved in decisions that are made as the sector recovers from COVID-19.
We're hosting the first #YSHive Volunteer Information Workshop for potential volunteers to find out more about our projects and current opportunities. Find out how to take part!
The Scottish Government want to know what you think about proposed changes to Children's Hearings.