Aileen Campbell, MSP for Clydesdale says Youth Work Week is a great opportunity for people to start thinking about who they want to nominate for the National Youth Worker Awards.

To be held in March 2014, the seventh National Youth Worker of the Year Awards recognises outstanding service by youth workers, peer educators and managers. Celebrating workers from all areas of Scotland, the Awards Dinner will include presentations for award categories Youth Worker of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, Role Model of the Year and many more.

Nominations have opened in time for Scottish Youth Work Week which starts on 7 November 2013.

Commenting on the awards, Aileen said:

"Youth workers and others in the field are the unsung heroes of our communities - they inspire young people, bridge community divides and transform lives.

"People in Clydesdale who are involved in a youth work project or organisation should use Youth Work Week to nominate someone they know who deserves national recognition for their work with young people.

"Don’t miss this chance to give a big thanks to a committed, passionate and inspiring youth worker, educator or manager who has made a positive impact in the Clydesdale area."



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