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18 May Children as young as eight years old who are at risk of falling into criminal activity and anti-social behaviour are to benefit from seven tried and tested interventions to be rolled out across many parts of Scotland.
16 May The Rock Trust is offering a valuable development opportunity for staff to receive Social Networks Training. This is a full day of training aimed at professionals who support individuals who are held back by isolation, loneliness and vulnerability as a result of a lack of positive relationships in their life.
10 May Scottish charities can apply for grants of up to 10,000 pounds to improve and develop the involvement of volunteers in delivering their services.
10 May Alex Neil, Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure and Capital Investment, has announced the new People and Communities Fund to promote and support community-led regeneration initiatives across Scotland, is open for applications.
10 May The award winning My Space My Place tenancy sustainment guides are effective tools to assist young people in their first tenancies, but due to rising storage rates we need to sell all of our stock fast. They are available at the moment for sixty pounds including delivery anywhere is Scotland.
02 May Venture Trust is currently recruiting for a full-time Community Development Worker (Criminal Justice Team) to be based in the Scottish Highlands, location negotiable although the preferred locations are Inverness, Dingwall or Fort William.
02 May Over a hundred young entrepreneurs, who decided to start a micro-business without any sustainable growth funding, have been identified with creating over 2000 jobs in Scotland and generating a combined turnover exceeding 157million pounds.
02 May Thanks to the Scottish Government's CashBack for Communities fund, Ocean Youth Trust Scotland have some amazing opportunities for young people from South Lanarkshire and East Dunbartonshire.
02 May Link-UP provides a mentoring service to vulnerable young people living within the boundaries of Dundee City/Angus. The service is for young people who are involved in some way with substance misuse or offending. They recruit, train, support and supervise volunteer mentors who are then matched with individual young people.
27 Apr An article in 'Children and Young People Now' magazine (17/04/2012) outlines how former students will remain in touch with their old schools in England to mentor current pupils in how to gain employment as part of a government-backed project.