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Become a Youth Ambassador!

We're looking for NEW youth ambassadors!

The Leicestershire Music Youth Ambassadors are a friendly group of students who meet once a month and represent the young people of the city and county. The aims of the group are:

  • To give young people a space to give their opinions and thoughts on music provision
  • Play a role in decision making
  • Create and deliver activities and events

Why become a youth ambassador?

  • Be part of a team and meet new people
  • Develop your leadership skills
  • It's an opportunity to influence decisions around music making in the city and county
  • Gain experience for your CV / UCAS and credits for Duke of Edinburgh Award or Arts Award
  • Get guidance and mentoring organisations such as Leicestershire Music, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

The group meets on the first Monday of the month at 4pm, on Zoom or in the centre of Leicester.

If you would like to become involved, please complete and return the two forms below.

We would particularly welcome applications from SEND & BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) aged between 14 and 18.

Partners

  • Arts
    Leicestershire Music
    Music And Culture
    LCC
    LCC 2
  • Viva
    Philharmonia
    Darbar
    Soft Touch Arts
  • Bullfrog
    Awards for Young Musicians
    Orchestras Live
    Pedestrian
    Transformance Music
  • Spark Childrens Festival
    Leicester City Football Club Community Trust
    The Mighty Creatives
    MEHEM
    Leicester Symphony Orchestra
  • Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
    The City Classroom
    Bardi Symphony Orchestra
    Soundabout
    Drum & Brass

Partners

  • Arts
  • Leicestershire Music
  • Music And Culture
  • LCC
  • LCC 2
  • Viva
  • Philharmonia
  • Darbar
  • Soft Touch Arts
  • Bullfrog
  • Awards for Young Musicians
  • Orchestras Live
  • Pedestrian
  • Transformance Music
  • Spark Childrens Festival
  • Leicester City Football Club Community Trust
  • The Mighty Creatives
  • MEHEM
  • Leicester Symphony Orchestra