What is the Youth Voice Group?

We are looking for young people to join our Brentford FC CST Youth Voice Group!

The Youth Voice group will be made up of 10-15 young people from the local areas we work in. The group meet once every 4-6 weeks to discuss what young people need and want from our services, share ideas for new projects and give feedback on what we can do differently. You’ll work with the team at Brentford FC CST as well as local community partners.

If you think you might be interested read on for more information and how to apply! If you have any questions, please email

The group will

Represent – Be an advocate for the voices of young people and children within the local community

Share – Share ideas, initiatives, and comments for new projects and areas of work within the Trust

Feedback – Give feedback on projects and services base on their own experiences and collecting the views of others

Consulate – Be a consultant to give advice and guidance to project managers and leads to support developing new and fresh ideas

Monitor and Evaluate – Support us to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and impact of the work with do with young people

What will you get in return?

  • You will develop skills through training and participating in the group, including: youth leadership, communication, delivering meetings, researching, peer consultation and more

  • You will have the chance to work in partnership with other young people and departments across the Trust

  • You will be given the opportunity to make a difference for 1000’s of young people in the area

  • You will be the first to know about new and upcoming programmes and activities

  • You will be offered Brentford Kit and tickets for matches when available

  • Expenses covered for travel and lunch (when required)

Who are we looking for?

  1. Aged between 13-18 years old

  2. Live within West London and the local areas we work within.

  3. Have the time to commit to attending 2-hour meetings/sessions every 4-6 weeks from February to September (and possibly some small work in between)

  4. Be confident to represent other young people.

  5. Good communication skills to talk to staff and young people.

  6. A passion for making a difference in your local community.

We want to ensure the group represents the diversity of young people and children that we work with. We therefore need people from different backgrounds and life experiences.

We encourage young people from underrepresented groups to apply for this role Including LGBTQ+, BAME/BIPOC, carers, those living in low-income households, those not in formal education, people with experience in the criminal justice system, those who have experienced violence at home and in their community and those managing health conditions/disabilities.

How to apply

Fill in this short application form, It contains 4 questions which you can answer online, via video clip or audio clip.

We will get back to you within 10 days to let you know if you are successful.

Successful applicants will receive an induction and training for this role, as well as on-going support from a dedicated staff members at Brentford FC CST and all reasonable expenses covered (e.g., travel costs for events).

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