Council is currently recruiting young people aged 16-25 to participate in a series of co-design workshops to create an effective harm prevention campaign.
We are seeking young people to help us create effective prevention strategies for gambling-related harm. As part of the grant funds for this program participants will be reimbursed $25/hour.
Workshops will run weekly, kicking off in April, and there will be opportunities to learn, get creative and develop skills. Participants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including First Nations young people, are strongly encouraged to apply.
To get involved email David.Wilson@whittlesea.vic.gov.au explaining in a few sentences why you are interested.
No experience necessary! Expressions of Interest will close 26 March.