#FaithinPartnership Week

11th – 15th September 2023

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The NHS Youth Forum and Advisory Network is recruiting young people

The NHS Youth Forum is made up of 25 young people from all over the country.

It offers a space to share feedback, thoughts and ideas on the changes young people want to see within NHS England and the wider health services. As part of the NHS Youth Forum, participants work on different projects closely with NHS staff and decision makers, sharing your views at regular discussions and raising the health issues that matter most to them.

The group also gives the chance to work with others in a team, stand up for things that are important to young people, speak publicly, and build confidence.

This role is a twelve-month voluntary opportunity which is run online, although there are some in-person residential trips to get involved with too.  The role has a minimum commitment of four hours of work a month, to fit around the busy lives of young people.

Regardless of background and lived experience, they are welcoming any young person between 16-24 years old, who wants to make change.

You can find more information here.