Information about the Participatory Budgeting Vote taking place in April/May2022
Here you will find information about activities, opportunities and support organisations and agencies provide for children and young people in West Dunbartonshire, including youth groups, employability, training and much more!
Information about support available to care experienced young people in West Dunbartonshire
West Dunbartonshire Youth Council was formed in September 2019 to give West Dunbartonshire's Young People opportunities to engage in decision making and impact local change. Membership is open to young people aged 12- 25 who live, work or study in West Dunbartonshire and are interested in making a difference for local young people! If this sounds like you, get in touch with us via our social channels @ West Dunbartonshire Youth Council on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or email us @ WDYouthCouncil@west-dunbarton.gov.uk
The National Cyber Security Centre's CyberFirst courses are now open for registration for students with a passion for technology and the fascinating and fast-paced world of cyber security.
Young Scot Hive (#YSHive) are looking for 20 young people from across Scotland aged 16-24 to volunteer on the Young Person’s Guarantee Youth Leadership Panel. The Panel will collaborate with Scottish Government, Developing the Young Workforce, Skills Development Scotland, and other organisations to explore the governance (decision-making and deciding how things are delivered) for the Young Person’s Guarantee, ensuring that young people continue to be involved, meeting the needs of Scotland’s young people.
Share your views on employability opportunities and the Young Person’s Guarantee in this survey and earn 100 Young Scot Rewards points. No previous knowledge on the Young Person's Guarantee required.
Sign up for YouthLink Scotland's Green Employability webinar!