Do you know anybody aged 15-17 that’s interested in an experience of a lifetime this summer with Cambridge United FC?
Find out more about Cambridge United’s summer course of the National Citizen Service programme which offers people aged 15-17 years old the opportunity of a lifetime!
The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government initiative delivered by the U’s that is open to 15-17 year olds and gives all participants vital life experiences and skills to increase their confidence, improve their communication and leadership and make them more employable in the future!
With the summer programme now approaching, the U’s will be presenting the NCS Course in more detail with a special talk ahead of next Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two clash against Wycombe Wanderers at the Abbey Stadium.
A talk will take place in “The Home Team Dressing Room” located at the rear of the Main Stand at 6:30pm. To register an interest please email Daz.Coakley@Cambridge-United.co.uk.
As well as developing important life skills, NCS also gives participants the chance to make extraordinary friendships and enjoy some unforgettable experiences.
The government initiative aims at boosting participant’s personal and social development through a series of phases, Adventure, Future and Making a Difference. The programme is a ‘Once in a Lifetime Opportunity’ is delivered in partnership with The Football League Trust.
Activities include the chance to work in a team at an outdoor activity centre for a week, producing a C.V and learning important key skills such as teamwork, leadership and communication, before putting them into practice with a social action project that can make a difference within the local community. All of which increase participant’s future employability prospects.