The Moving On! Youth Recruitment Event returns on Monday 25 March 2019. Save the date if you are aged 16 – 25 and keen to explore employment opportunities, whether that be training, employment or a mixture of both. For more information, please see the poster below:
TNL Community Fund is accepting funding applications for community-led projects. This funding aims to support communities to improve the places in which they live and the wellbeing of those most in need. More information is available here.
Aberlour Futures has published their training programme for January to March – they now aim to release training courses in three monthly schedules for courses available at their new training centre. Any enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org and more information can be found on their website.
Participatory budgeting (PB) is a process where local people directly decide how to spend part of a public budget in the community they live. Aberdeen City Council’s PB programme is known locally as UDECIDE. UDECIDE Torry is looking for ideas that fit in with one of their four chosen priorities, we would like to hear […]
Businesses seeking to employ young workers are invited to promote their vacancies for free at Aberdeen’s upcoming Moving On youth recruitment event. Hundreds of young people considering their next steps after leaving school will attend the recruitment event to find out about training, apprenticeship and employment opportunities available in the city. The annual Moving On […]
In celebration of 2018 being Year of Young People, the Belmont Filmhouse is presenting the Young Programmers Film Festival! The Belmont’s Young Programmers have been working hard watching lots of amazing teen and coming of age movies for the last few months, and have curated a selection of some of the best, the weirdest, the […]
A pilot project aimed at taking employability support into communities launches in Seaton this week. The Progress Through Positive Partnerships sessions, delivered in conjunction with Aberdeen City Council’s localities teams and a range of third, public and private sector partners, will deliver a range of workshop sessions and drop-in support over an eight-week trial period. […]
The Children’s Panel helps protect the safety and wellbeing of vulnerable children and young people in Scotland. The Children’s Panel is made up of around 2,500 specially trained volunteer Panel Members from all walks of life. An information session will be held on 27 September for anyone keen to volunteer for the Aberdeen Children’s Panel. […]
Sustrans has partnered with Aberdeen City Council on an ambitious project to develop a concept design that aims to strengthen the connection between Tillydrone and Woodside. Proposals could see improvements made to the railway underpass, reduction of volume and speed of traffic on Hayton Road and strengthening the connectivity and access to local facilities for […]
TechFest is Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire’s annual festival of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). TechFest Science Festival is highly regarded as a key event within education, industry and the wider community, and is well supported by the Scottish Government, local authorities, industry and further education establishments. The festival aims to promote STEM subjects to young […]