Warriors Community Foundation and Premiership Rugby have teamed up to offer 15 to 17-year-olds the opportunity to unlock their potential in a week-long programme during the October half-term.
Warriors Community Foundation will be delivering for FREE a National Citizens Service scaled programme during half-term week in Wales and at Sixways Stadium from October 28 to November 3.
The programme will include a four day – three nights – residential activity break in North Wales, where participants will develop important skills such as social mixing, teamwork, and problem solving by engaging in adventure activities.
That will be followed by a further three days of delivery back at Sixways, enhancing the skills obtained during the residential break for participants to be able to create social action plans to help support their local community.
“NCS is a hugely popular four-phase programme specifically designed to provide participants with all sorts of new experiences,” said Foundation Inclusion Coach, Chris Stephenson.
“It is a great way for young people to become involved in their local community through the social action plan, but at the same time participants will be boosting their CV or UCAS application as this is a nationally-recognised programme.
“Whether they are a daredevil or creative genius, talkative or more reserved, they will be surprised by how much they are capable of, coming away with a host of new skills and bags of confidence.
“They will meet incredible people and get their voice heard, and hopefully have a lot of fun doing it with the support of Warriors Community Foundation”.
NCS is a life-changing programme open to all teenagers aged 15-17 to discover who they are and what they can do.
Here to help young people with huge potential on their journey, NCS helps show participants they have what it takes to succeed, embrace new experiences and make their mark on the world.
To find out more about NCS now, please click here to visit their website.
To register your interest in Warriors’ half-term programme email Foundation Inclusion Coach, Chris Stephenson on – email@example.com