Young Scot is looking for people from across Scotland to be part of the Young Scot Health Panel, helping transform health information and services for young people in Scotland!
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.
Share your story as a young carer living in Scotland with Carers Trust and make sure your voice is heard!
Creative Scotland’s 'Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund' aims to support the creative ideas and ambitions of young people aged 11 to 25.
YSHive and the Scottish Government are looking to hold a jam session with young people to explore the main priorities as the COVID-19 restrictions are beginning to lift, looking ahead to summer activity, your hopes for this time and explore how young people can be involved in communication and decision-making going forward.
Young Scot and YouthLink Scotland are looking for 15 young people from across Scotland to be part of the Young People’s Forest Panel.
Take part in the No Knives, Better Lives project exploring what it means to be a boy or young man in Scotland today.
Recently left Higher or Further Education? Share your experiences of COVID-19 and its impact on your transition out of education, your career, employment, ambitions and aspirations.
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.
Help shape the work the Scottish Youth Parliament focus on over the next five years.