Shout Out project
Birmingham will host the Commonwealth Games in 2022 and they are looking for an army of volunteers to help the games run smoothly. More than 13,000 volunteers will help to deliver the biggest sporting and cultural event the Midlands has ever seen.
The Games will run from 28th July – 8th August 2022.
We are delighted to be chosen as an official charity partner of the Commonwealth Games. We will be helping to support the legacy of the games for young people in Birmingham and will be working in the community in Edgbaston, where the cricket will be held during the Games.
The Street League 100
We are looking for 100 young people from Edgbaston (18+) who are interested in using volunteering at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games as an opportunity to launch their career.
After you complete your volunteering during the Commonwealth Games, Street League will support you to use your experience to kickstart your journey with us. We'll give you access to free qualifications, 1-2-1 careers advice and wellbeing support. Whatever your chosen career, we'll help you to move in the right direction.
Don't worry, you won't be alone, Street League staff will help you with every step of the application process helping you to access this once in a lifetime experience.
Interested in becoming part of the Street League 100 and kickstarting your career at the Commonwealth Games?
Email email@example.com and we will get you started!
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