Youth Cabinet application form

As a member of Thurrock Youth Cabinet you will need:

  • excellent communication skills
  • commitment to attend monthly meetings and any other relevant events, workshops and training
  • the ability to give constructive feedback to adults when being asked about services and activities for children and young people
  • to be reliable and punctual
  • to be inclusive and respect other people's opinions
  • willingness to participate and have fun

There's more to being a member of Thurrock Youth Cabinet than having the skills and qualities listed above. You will be able to learn new skills, while developing the ones you have already.

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