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Get Active Project (GAP) Youth Connect

GAP Youth Connect links young people (12-25 years) with resources and exciting opportunities to become involved in their local community within the realm of sport and active recreation through;

  • Linking young people with opportunities to contribute and gain experience in the sport and recreation industry
  • Provides support to take on significant roles as leaders within schools, sports clubs, organisations and within their local communities
  • Promotion and recognition of the work being done by young people
  • Allows youth to take ownership and have an informative voice on issues affecting them

GAP works closely with over seven State Sporting bodies and various organisations and government agencies so there is bound to be an opportunity to suit you – or why not make up your own? CAT can provide support to make your ideas a reality! People of ALL skills, abilities, backgrounds, cultures & gender welcome.

Contact: Brittany 9251 5722 or bgoss@communicare.org.au

Registration form:pdfGAP_Youth_Connect_Form.pdf518.36 KB

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