Achieve your goals with the CLCGB
The CLCGB doesn't stop at 13. We are here for young people upto the age of 21, and onto leadership and the opportunity to volunteer within the organisation.
The Seniors (for 13-21 year olds)
You are given the chance to explore your individual skills and abilities and try out new challenges as part of a team. You can get involved in anything from adventure sports to performing arts, travel and taking part in community action projects.
• Learn new skills and get recognition for your effort and abilities by taking part in our Team Challenge and Achievement Award Scheme.
• Start your Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
• Get involved in your community and “Make A Difference”.
Young Leaders and Volunteering
Young Leaders are highly valued within the CLCGB. You explore more and have the opportunity to develop your skills and abilities through a flexible and inspiring programme which offers a huge variety of challenges, activities and opportunities for personal development.
• Training programmes are available which lead to nationally recognised qualifications such as Youth Work Practice and Social Care.
• Having voluntary experience in a youth work setting is great for your CV.
• ABC Training
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
A DofE programme is a real adventure from start to finish. There are three levels for you to complete, which lead to a Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The best bit is - you get to choose what you do! Your programme can be full of activities and projects that get you buzzing, and along the way you’ll pick up experiences, friends and talents that will stay with you for the rest of your life.
CLCGB is an Operating Authority for DofE. We can help you decide what you want to do and organise your activities and expeditions. Contact us to find out how you can get started.
What our members say...
“I would urge anyone between the ages of 14 and 24 ... to join the award scheme that will not only set you up for life with a good CV, but also equip you with essential life skills, and the opportunity to make friends.” James Sexty