Our fantastic partners Impact Arts have an opportunity for young people between the age of 16-25 who are not in employment, education, or training to develop their skills with their Creative Pathways Project.
The course, which is based in Barrhead, lasts for 12 weeks and begins on January 8th, and is perfect for schools looking for an employability programme for pupils about to leave school.
The project is based on the theme of “Environment Design” and will focus on environmental themes such as recycling and regenerating community spaces. Participants will be given the opportunity to work with local partners, artists, and environmental designers to design and create a green space for the community of Dunterlie.
This exciting chance to have a positive impact on the local community will also develop participants environmental, creative, life, and employability skills – and better prepare them for their future.
Participants also earn £55 per week while working on the fun and engaging creative environmental projects. For being involved, they will also gain a SQA award.
Do you know any young people that would be interested in this chance to get creative? Use the contact details below to sign up or make a referral.
Heather Gault, Project Co-ordinator, Impact Arts
Telephone: 0141 575 3001/07530916360