Do you have a love for nature? Do you want to make a change to the world around us?
World Pencil are looking for young people (13–25-year-olds) to join them on a nationwide project to inspire people with stories about supporting nature.
You’ll be part of a storytelling community and supported with skills development workshops in change-making, film-making and story-telling to support your ideas to make a change for nature. And you’ll help to create a series of short films that support and inspire other young people to take action too.
Their ambition is to recruit 300 13-25 year olds from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales – and harness enthusiasm to create change.
The project has been set up by WWF, the RSPB and the National Trust, as part of Save our Wild Isles, and designed with a team of young people. The project is run by World Pencil, who support young people to run creative change-making projects.
Applications for Young Voices for Nature open on Tuesday 27th June and close on Monday 10th July.