The National Citizen Service is taking place all over England and YOU can be part of this amazing experience with Stoke City Football Club.
- Activity Residential weekend with Class Adventure based at Condover Hall near Shrewsbury, having fun and getting to know the other people in your team
- You will stop away from home for three nights
- You will meet people from other Stoke City FC NCS Teams
- You will participate in a range of outdoor activities such as mountain biking, kayaking, archery, walking/orienteering, evening activities and lots more (follow us on Facebook for the latest news)
18hrs Training - 15th to 17th April (Tuesday to Thursday)
- You will spend 18 hours in total over the three days
- You will work in your team of 15 young people
- Participate in a mixture of indoor and outdoor activities, team building exercises, project based work and start thinking about how you can make a difference to Stoke-on-Trent
- Learning more about your community and how you can improve it!
- Working with your team you will meet various Community Organisations and Leaders and you will start planning a community project
Community Project planning and delivery – 'Make a Difference'
- You will spend 30 hours over this month planning and turning your ideas into a real community project in your chosen area
- Your Project can be anything from creating a poster/leaflet to raising awareness of local issues, fund raising, voluntary work ...whatever your team decides
Celebration Event at Britannia Stadium
- Evening Celebration Event at Britannia Stadium
- Participate in an event to showcase your NCS experience
- Share memories and experiences with the friends you made
- Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and up to date experiences we have planned for the Celebration event
How much does it cost?
Only £35.00 per participant - Bursary Scheme is available. This project can help you gain loads of confidence and having this experience on your CV/Personal Statement will look really good to employers, colleges and universities.
How to Get Involved