There are lots of different ways you can join in activities that interest you across the Borough. See below for key information to help you get involved.
Expect-youth- brings together skilled professionals and quality facilities to provide activities and opportunities for young people across Doncaster. Visit their website for more information about the opportunities available and activities you can access.
Arts and Culture
Creative Doncaster is for everyone who wants to enjoy or create great arts and culture in Doncaster. If you’re searching for arts and creative events, activities, or workshops to attend this is the website to visit.
Doncaster Youth Council
Doncaster Youth Council is a local organisation where young people’s voices are heard. We are a diverse group of local young people (aged 11-19) who want to ensure the voices of the young people in Doncaster are heard. We work to ensure young people have a say in the decisions that are made within Doncaster.
Doncaster Council Young Advisors
Young Advisors play a significant role in ensuring that the voices and experiences of young people are fully represented and listened to across all of the work delivered throughout Doncaster. This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in helping shape what participation will look like for services locally, and to help make this happen as the programme continues. This is a paid role within Doncaster Council. Follow us on twitter @DoncasterYAS to keep up to date with our work and be the first to hear of any vacancies.
LADDER Group (Learning About Disability, Differences, Equalities & Rights)
This is the Young Person’s Disability forum who act on behalf of SEND young people across Doncaster. If you would like to get involved or find out further information you can contact them via Doncaster Parent's Voice.
St Leger Volunteers
We are always on the look out for volunteers to get involved, to help shape our services for the benefit of yourself and other young people in Doncaster. There are many reasons to get involved and have your say. You can influence change, make things better and ensure services work for young people. You can build your skills and confidence, develop yourself as an individual and look to build up your CV. There are incentives too for being involved. Points equals prizes, you can earn shopping vouchers for getting involved - the more you get involved, the more you get!
If you are wanting to get involved, help to write the newsletter, test our training package or come up with other fantastic projects for young people based around the commitments then please get in touch. If you want further information please contact Stacey Lynn our Customer Involvement Officer.
South Yorkshire Police currently run a cadet scheme, where young people aged 15-17 volunteer to help their local community, find out more about how the police work, and have the opportunity to work towards awards and qualifications. South Yorkshire Police Cadets have been involved in various aspects of policing, such as participating in test purchase operations.
If you are interested in becoming a Police Cadet, please visit our website here
The scheme is run at seven fire stations across South Yorkshire: Stocksbridge, Elm Lane, Birley Moor, Rotherham, Dearne, Edlington and Cudworth.
While a fire cadet, you are enrolled on to a BTEC in Teamwork and Personal skill (13-15 Level 1 & 16-18 Level 2). Although the scheme ends at 18 there are opportunities to continue as a Volunteer Instructor which will build on your leadership and management skills. For further details on the fire cadet scheme please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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