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NCS Summer Programmes

NCS Summer Programmes

Things are a little different this year…and the Summer programme from NCS is going to be a little bit different too. But is that going to stop them from turning ‘no you can’t’ into ‘No We Can’? Absolutely not!

A new kind of normal is coming our way, and everyone’s going to need a bit of help figuring it all out, so why not pledge your support to Keep Doing Good and help the country get back on its feet.

NCS has re-purposed its planned Summer programmes to allow students to partake in valuable experiences starting from Monday 27 July. Young people (15-17) can now register to take part in social action this July and August and pledge 16 hours of volunteering. It gives you a wide variety of opportunities to keep doing good physically and digitally in your local area, including reviving local green spaces, supporting food banks and finding new ways to connect with your communities.

Over 900 students from across Salford and Trafford were signed up to the original programme (and we know this included some of our students too!). As the UK’s flagship youth programme, NCS understands that young people are desperate to step up and support their communities – many already are, but nearly half of 15-17 year olds don’t know how to get involved to help. You can now sign up by visiting: wearencs.com and NCS will then contact you with opportunities that are available in your local area.

Take a look at their flyer HERE which explains everything and check out their ‘Staying Connected Hub

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