Posts Tagged ‘advice’

Are you 11-18 years old?

What’s your view about your school nurse at school, college or sixth form in England?

How can they improve their advice, care and treatment for young people at school?

What do you think school nurses should do to help keep students healthy?

Want a chance to win £50 love2shop voucher?

The British Youth Council (BYC) are running a survey on school nurses with the UK Department of Health to ensure the views of young people shape what school nurses do.

The Department of Health’s decision only affect young people in England but they welcome the responses of young people, aged 11-18 across the UK too.

Deadline for the survey is Sunday 31st July.

Here is a link to the survey:

Are 11-18 years old?

Do you enjoy meeting new people your own age?

Are you looking for a place where you can express yourself freely and explore new ideas?

Are you interested in a summer programme that is fun, educational and empowering?

Would you like to participate in an activity that will help you make new contacts in your community, and will look great on your CV?

If you answer ‘YES’ to these questions…then WoRd! is 4 U!

Check out their website to find out more

Resync your life!

Posted: 19/04/2011 by emkrobertson in Opportunities, Sources of Advice
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Check out this website:

This arts charity wants to help young, creative people. Is that you?

Do you need help with funding, career development, advice or creative collaborators?

Well, your prayers have been answered! They can help- whatever field you work in!

Membership is free!

Amazing opportunities are on offer too such as competitions, exhibitions, events and productions. So keep your eye on the ‘Opportunities’ section.

Check out the ‘Jobs‘ section! Many positions within the arts and creative industry are available. This could make your dream job come true!

Finally, the most important one! IdeasTap has a network of more than 30,000 young and creative people. It’s all about meeting and sharing ideas with people. This is a community where people come to ask (and offer) advice and find people to work with.

IdeasTap is all about your creative passion and career, not your personal life. Save that for Facebook and Twitter please!