Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme still has places remaining in the summer for National Citizen Service (NCS) aimed at 16 and 17 year olds.
The SWFC community programme is hosting an event at Hillsborough tomorrow (Thursday 11 April) where you can secure your place for just £35 (normally £50), plus, get £25 back on completion!
NCS is a new government-funded youth programme, and is designed to bring together young people from diverse backgrounds to teach teamwork and communication skills within their local community during the summer holidays.
Owls defender Reda Johnson said: "NCS is a once in a lifetime opportunity for 16 year olds to learn new things, and make a real difference in their local community whilst representing SWFC."
Are you a 16 years old and aiming to get a head start in your career, or do you have a friend or family member that may be interested?
Well, hurry, because there are a limited amount of places left!
Places are filled on a first come first served basis to students of all abilities.
How to sign up:
Claim your discount by attending the event on Thursday 11 April 2013 at Hillsborough Stadium (main Reception) from 2.00pm-4.00pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the completed sign up form.
Download the NCS sign-up form by clicking here.
If you cannot attend please get in touch with the community team, on 0114 2212215.
For more information on how to make a difference in the community whilst representing SWFC please visit www.ncssheffield.co.uk.
For more details on the NCS scheme click here.