The Youth Steering Committee influence and shape the direction of The Beatfreeks Collective
The Beatfreeks Collective brings together arts, design, technology, data and community to build incredible stuff that unleashes 'creativity for good'.
The Youth Steering Committee (YSC) is a group of young people (aged 16-30) who influence and shape the direction of Beatfreeks. YSC members will have the opportunity develop leadership skills in business management, governance, strategy, marketing, event planning and will get a whole heap of opportunities along the way from us and our partners.
Apply To Join Our Youth Steering Committee
The YSC isn’t at the heart of our organisation, IT IS the heart of our organisation. Our Youth Steering Committee is a year long governance opportunity as well as a development program for those who aged 16-30 who want to gain board level experience and influence our decision making & shape how the Collective works. We're recruiting 10 changemakers to join our YSC from October 2018 - August 2019.
Must be aged between 16 - 30 and should be from within Birmingham or be able to travel in easily to the city. We're looking for 10 young people that have a passion and belief in the power of creativity for good. For more requirements read the information pack below.
Applications are now closed. Thank you for applying. We will be responding to applications from the week beginning Monday 10th September.
Previous Members Of Our YSC
"I worked with the YSC on governance and being a trustee on an arts board. It was a complete pleasure to meet and work with every one of them. The group were sparky, engaged, committed and intelligent. It's not everyone's first choice to talk about legal structures at 7 in the evening but your group asked great questions, with grit, integrity and humour. I can't wait for the next session."
- Helga Henry, Director of Organisational Development, Birmingham Hippodrome, 2017
2017 - 2018:
Tia Cham, Keshena Bowie, Richard Whiting, Hauwa Ottun, Mathilde Petford, Diandra Mcalla, Tamara Piggott, Seunfunmi Tinubu, Isobel Wilson-Cleary and Sevven Kucuk.
2016 - 2017:
Ahlaam Moledina, Chantel Regnart, Grace Smith, Hannah Swingler, Jaz Morrison, J Grant, Josh Sandiford, Madi Saskia, Nyandavoh Foday, Paige Jackson, Rochaé Stephens-Morrison and Saida Vedasto.
2015 - 2016:
Raza Hussain, Aimee Jordan, Nicole Murphy, Oakley Flanagan, Rosie Clements, Hannah Prentice, Chantel Regnart, Joyce Tspopo and Flora Slorach.
2014 - 2015:
Aliyah Holder, Heidi Murphy, Joe Cook, Jordanne Cameron, Brenda Mazowa, Aliyah Denton, Jasmine Gardosi, Amina Jalil, Shazmeen Khalid, Amerah Saleh and Alisha Kadir.
2013 - 2014:
Amerah Saleh, Ayesha Jones, Suriya Roberts-Grey, Charmelle Givans, Nafeesa Hamid, Sipho Eric Dube, Lexia Tomlinson, Carl Sealeaf and Joe Cook.