Children in Wales is the national umbrella body for organisations and individuals who work with children, young people and their families in Wales. Young Wales is a Children in Wales initiative funded by Welsh Government. We are about listening to young people and empowering their voices. Our work is built on the ideas of sharing, informing and changing policy and practice.
Purpose of the role
We are looking for young volunteers (11-25 years old) to lead and co-produce a resource that will be developed into an exhibition for National Museum Wales which documents Children’s Rights in Wales.
Blended: Online meetings and at the Children in Wales Office in Cardiff.
Hours and Commitment
Benefits of Volunteering
You will develop a range of skills and experience that will look great on your CV!
How to apply
Volunteering Wales (www.volunteering-wales.net)
For any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07399 795918
Rebecca Bennett-Wilding (Volunteer Coordinator)
Children in Wales is an inclusive organisation and we therefore positively welcome children and young people from a variety of backgrounds, cultures and communities to become young volunteers. All young people will be treated fairly throughout your experience with us and support will be provided wherever possible to ensure you are able to positively and actively contribute.