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Introducing our Youth Team

Updated: Apr 6

This month we are showcasing all of the fantastic youth programmes that we deliver at Lincoln City Foundation. We have a wide range of programmes that young people can access, whether that be youth sessions, support on finding the perfect job, or looking towards further education!

We have plenty of youth programmes for you to take part in, check them out here:


NCS

National Citizen Service (NCS) NCS is a Government-funded leading youth project aimed at equipping 16 and 17 year old's with new skills ready for the world of work or further education. The programme is designed especially for 16 and 17-year-olds, the NCS experience will give young people a clearer idea of what they want from their future. 

This year we have 4 fantastic programmes covering Lincolnshire!


If you are interested, get in touch at ncs@lincolncityfoundation.co.uk

Traineeships

A Traineeship is a FREE 12-week programme designed to give you the opportunity to learn new skills and enhance your ability to find employment.

It offers you the chance to gain high-quality work experience in different working environments, while also improving your English and Maths skills if required.

You will also take part in training to prepare you for work including CV writing, job search and application skills, interview skills, and what to expect in the workplace.

Premier League Kicks

At Lincoln City Foundation, our PL Kicks sessions give young people a safe space to socialise with their friends, meet new people, while participating in fun and engaging activities. Using both inside and outside spaces our youth club offers sports activities as well as the opportunity to relax inside and play a few games of FIFA or Just Dance.

Monday’s Youth Club - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at LNER Stadium starting on the 19th of July, get signed up here - https://www.lincolncityfoundation.com/pl-kicks

Port Vale Twinning Project

Our twinning project with Port Vale is an in-school programme that supports young people in Lincolnshire and Boston and will be an opportunity to chat about goals and what their aims are for the future. We want to be there to inspire the next generation and show them the prospects that they have during and after being in education.


HMP Lincoln Twinning Project

Our project with HMP Lincoln is to support inmates in working towards a leadership qualification whilst being immersed within football. They will have the opportunity to learn about leadership skills and qualities which will support their return into life out of prison, our aspiration is to ensure they have the opportunity to develop those skills with us once they leave and look towards a career in coaching or sport.


Our programmes are constantly growing with more sessions and opportunities and we would love to hear from you that you would like to see in Lincolnshire to support our young people and provide them with a safe space to have fun, develop and learn new skills!




Meet the Team


Jasmine Craft – Youth Manager

What inspires you in your job?

The ability to make a difference to young people in Lincolnshire and allow them to have their voices heard. I want to inspire them as a role model to look positively towards their goals whilst having fun and being themselves.


Favourite Drink?

Strawberry lemonade


What superpower would you have and why?

The ability to pause time so I can get everything done!


If you were stranded on a desert island what three things would you take with you?

My parent's dog Marlo, survival kit & a Chinese takeaway!



Shane Ring – Youth Officer

What inspires you in your job?

My Inspiration is making a change within our community and beyond, helping inspire young people to become the best version of themselves. I feel every young person deserves the chance to be whoever they want; we are here to help them achieve their goal.


Favourite Drink?

Monster Ripper


What superpower would you have and why?

To end poverty and hate, wouldn’t a perfect world be nice?


If you were stranded on a desert island what three things would you take with you?

Mobile Phone, my son and a football.






Jordan Cooper – NCS Officer

What inspires you in your job?

My inspiration is doing a job that I love and ‘having a hand’ in the lives of young people across the UK. My philosophy is very much to be, the motivation and support that I needed when I was growing up. We are in a world full of issues, and I want to be one of the people who challenges these issues, giving young people a voice and make a change to their lives for the better.


Favourite Drink?

KA Black Grape, the best fizzy drink going on a hot day. Try it if you’ve never had one.


What superpower would you have and why?

The ability to talk to people who are not alive. I am a strong lover of music, would love to have a conversation or chill with Frank Sinatra, Bob Marley, Chadwick Bosman.


If you were stranded on a desert island what three things would you take with you?

Mobile phone, solar mobile phone charger, and my dog


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