Do you have a passion for theatre?
Are you enterprising, energetic and eager to make a difference?
Could you help shape the future of the National Theatre of Scotland?
Would you like to represent the voice of Scotland’s young people?
Do you want to have real influence and see your ideas in action?
If your answer is YES then, we want to hear from you!
The National Theatre of Scotland is offering young people from all over the country the chance to be actively involved in our future. We are inviting 10 bright individuals aged between 13 and 19 to form a group that will help us continue to be one of the most exciting theatre companies in the world.
As part of our Young Advisory Group, you have the opportunity to take your own ideas and vision and put them into action.
The Young Advisory Group has just 10 places open to anyone aged between 13 and 19. As part of this group you will be mentored by the Board of the National Theatre of Scotland and work closely with Senior Managers to help the company shape policy, strategy and future plans.
Being part of the Group is a voluntary role that requires some time from you, but offers huge benefits. The National Theatre is an organisation that thrives on diversity and welcomes applications from everyone.
If you would like to apply for the opportunity to be part of the National Theatre of Scotland’s Young Advisory Group, simply:
- Read the information sheet (click to download). It will tell you everything you need to know: what will be involved, the benefits and what we expect from you.
- Complete the application form (click to download) and send it to:
Young Advisory Group
National Theatre of Scotland
26 Civic Street
Glasgow G4 9RH
The closing date for applications is 30th March 2012.
There will be two rounds of selection.
Successful first round candidates will be invited to attend a Workshop Interview on Saturday 21st April 2012 at the National Theatre of Scotland’s building in Glasgow.
10 successful candidates will be selected at the Workshop Interview with the first Young Advisory Group meeting in April 2012.