Thursday 19th October 2017
After a successful turn out at the Young Volunteer Project over the summer holidays, the programme returns in half term from Monday 23rd – Friday 27th October, 10:30am -4:30pm.
Taking place at National Maritime Museum, young people aged 15-18 will have the opportunity to create an art installation for the museum as part of Black History Month 2017. Explore the link between Africa and its Diaspora through storytelling and art making, and make your voice heard.
What will you gain from volunteering?
Getting involved in this project will broaden your experiences. You will…
- Meet new people and make new friends
- Take part in fun creative activities
- Try new things and develop new skills
- Gain valuable work experience for your CV and future progression
- Achieve a Bronze Arts Award
To become a volunteer you must:
- Be open to try new things! You don’t need to have an interest in heritage.
- Be aged 15-18
- Live or study in the Royal Borough of Greenwich
- Be available to volunteer for all 5 days of the project from Monday 23rd to Friday 27th October, 10:30-4:30 each day
Please note that lunch will be provided.
If you are interested in this programme, please click here to book your place for FREE.
For further information, please call Martha Burns-Findlay on 0208 312 8551 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org