Young volunteers needed for digital transformation project

Children in Wales is looking for young people aged 14-25 to give input into their new digital transformation project that will modernise the way they interact with children and young people.

Digital transformation is moving away from traditional business practices into a more digital and online format that is more accessible, modern and practical. This can include modernising websites, branding, participation practices, and changing the way information is delivered to audiences.

A virtual group will lead on the work with input from other organisations, parents, and children and young people. This input will help shape the way that they interact with their audience, what content they will produce over the next few months, how they present the information and much more.

Children in Wales is the national umbrella organisation for voluntary, statutory and professional organisations who work with children and young people in Wales.

No experience is required – all training will be provided, they are simply looking for enthusiastic young people with an interest in all things digital.

You can take part in this volunteer opportunity from anywhere in Wales. For more information on the volunteer role and how to apply, contact Nigel Oanea-Cram by emailing:

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