Doncaster Youth Council is a local organisation where young peoples voices are heard.
Who we are
We are a diverse group of local young people (aged 11-19) who want to ensure the voices of the young people in Doncaster are heard. We work to ensure young people have a say in the decisions that are made within Doncaster.
What we do
- We provide a forum for young people to have a voice on the things that matter
- We represent and communicate the views of young people to the decision makers and the wider community
- We raise the profile of young people in a positive way
- We encourage young people to be good citizens so they act with understanding and communicate between themselves and their communities.
- We highlight the issues affecting young people
Doncaster Youth Council elections
- Want to make a difference?
- Want to have your say?
- Want to get the voices of young people heard?
Then become a Youth Councillor! Here's what you need to know:
What the role involves
- Representing the views of young people living in Doncaster
- Sharing ideas and campaigning for change on the issues that matter
- Organising and attending meetings
- Meet with decision makers
- Attend local, regional and national meetings.
Skills you might need
There aren't any specific skills or qualifications needed to become a Youth Councillor but it may help if you are:
What's in it for you
This is a chance for you to make a difference by getting involved in a range of different opportunities. On this journey you will meet new people and visit new places whilst working to improve the lives of young people in Doncaster.
Get in touch
You can also get involved by following us on Facebook
If you wish to speak to a member of the Youth Council you can email:
or alternatively call Deborah Burton, Partnership and Engagement Officer on 01302 862493.