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Apply to be an ‘Inform 100’ Young Advisor and help improve Scotland’s public services

Section: The ALLIANCEType: News Item Date Published: 2nd August 2018

Inform 100 is an exciting new project where young people will help Audit Scotland look at public services in Scotland.

The project is a collaboration between Audit Scotland and Youth Scotland, aiming to make young people’s voices heard about public services that effect Scotland’s communities.

The partners are looking for a core group of 16–20 Young Advisors, aged 16-25, and a wider forum to make up Inform 100.

This is a chance for young people to develop leadership skills and be part of the youth forum that informs Audit Scotland’s essential work in Scotland.

To apply, visit the Youth Scotland website (this link will take you away from our website) and answer 3 simple questions:

1. Why do you want to get involved?
2. What changes do you want in public services?
3. What do you want to gain?

All participants will also have the opportunity to gain an accredited Youth Achievement Award.

The first wave of applications close on Friday 31st August.

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