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Youth Committee

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Youth Committee is a group of dedicated young people aged between 11-25 years old who are passionate about the National Park and making a difference.

The committee was formed during the Year of Young People in 2018 #YOYP2018 to ensure that young people have a voice in the decision making of the National Park Authority, now and for the future.

Are you a young person aged 11-25 and passionate about making a difference in our National Park?  If so we would love to hear from you! This is a unique chance to become part of a diverse group of young people and make an impact!


Youth Committee meeting

If you join Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Youth Committee you could…

  • Get involved in decision making for the National Park
  • Develop and learn new skills
  • Build your confidence
  • Challenge yourself
  • Meet lots of new like-minded people
  • Learn more about Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park’s amazing wildlife communities and landscapes
  • Co-design opportunities with young people for young people in the National Park
  • Become involved in environmental campaigns such as the #iwill campaign

What commitment is required from you?

As a Youth Committee member you will meet a minimum of four times a year. You will be expected to attend meetings, contribute your ideas and even take the lead in organising meetings and writing up the notes from the sessions. Being involved in this group will look great on your CV!

Our commitment to you

We will ensure your experiences and contributions count. We will provide support to help you as a member of the committee and will help with travel to meetings and cover your travel expenses.

As part of the 2019 #iwill campaign, we pledged:

  • To provide opportunities for young people to be involved with, and have a voice in decision making for the National Park through our Youth Committee and links to the National Park Board.
  • To support young people to feed into consultations and the wider work of the National Park Authority, both internally and at external events.
  • To support skills development/placement opportunities for young people within the National Park.
  • To co-design opportunities with young people, for young people, to share their views and experiences of the National Park.

If you would like more information or would like an application form please contact Ali Cush or call 01389 722125. We are waiting to hear from you!

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