Develop skills with Town’s FITC department
Huddersfield Town's Football in the Community department has teamed up with the National Citizen Service (NCS) to offer youngsters a chance to develop their skills during a summer course.
The course, which consists of a home and away residential and a planning week, is run by Town’s Football in the Community coaches.
NCS is 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.
They are running a second wave of 45 students during the summer where the students will live with their fellow NCS students for two weeks (with a couple of days at home in between). While they are away they will take part in a range of activities. During the final week – in groups of 15 – the students will devise ways in which they can help the local community.
The date of the second wave is below:
29 July – 2 August (away residential PGL Boreatton park)
5 August – 9 August (home residential)
12 August – 16 August (Planning week)
The price to sign up is just £35 - but 10 free places are available now on a first come, first served basis!
Once you have done that, the NCS will be in touch directly with you.
The course is also looking for volunteers this summer - click HERE to download the volunteer application form.