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Catch 22- National Citizen Service Sessional Worker Opportunities Presentation

Northumberland Building, Room 445


Come and work with Catch22 and be part of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that helps young people build skills for work and life, while taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.

As a sessional worker you will be responsible for working with a group of 15 young people on exciting programmes during the school holidays. Young people have a short time away from home at residentials and will take part in a team project that will help out in their community. One week per 4 week programme will be based in either the Lake District or Scotland.

You will be responsible for working directly with young people to support their development and progression through each stage of the NCS. Catch22 is part of the National Citizen Service Network, which provides young people in Years 11 and 12, from all backgrounds, and with varying abilities, with the opportunity and support to take on new challenges, learn new skills and make a difference.

In the North East of England we will be offering the National Citizen Service to young people in Newcastle, Sunderland, North and South Tyneside, Gateshead and Northumberland.

Complete the form below to sign up to attend.

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Northumberland Building, Room 445


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