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Young People in the Workplace

An exciting opportunity for 18-25 year olds in the Sweden-Angus Work Exchange for 2019-2020, will see seven to 10 days working and learning in Smaland, Sweden, funded by Angus LEADER Programme.

Contact RuralLEADER@angus.gov.uk  now, and ask for the Sweden-Angus Work Exchange expression of interest form.

Jobs covered in recent exchanges ranged from fire-fighter, farmer, youth worker, café/tearoom, national park ranger, hair salon and many, many more.

We are happy to hear from young people or from interested organisations. There are no language barriers – English is spoken fluently throughout the Swedish area.

You must be

  • 18-25 yrs old during the exchange
  • interested in living and working in the rural area of Angus
  • able to commit to the short time abroad, and the same when young Swedes visit Angus
  • working , either voluntarily, as an employee or self-employed, or seeking work
  • Further information here

Rural Youth Ideas festival, 1-3 August 2018

And if you feel you’d like to network this summer with other young people from Scotland and abroad why not look at the national Rural Youth Ideas festival, 1-3 August in Kinrosshire, for young people in rural areas who want to make a difference?

Whether you want to run a successful business, know how to take action to improve your community or be the next First Minister, the festival is free to take part, including all meals and glamping.

So if you want something amazing to do this summer, get in touch at emma@sra.scot ASAP!

 

 

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