To be able to truly meet the needs and demand of young people, they have to be represented at all levels of the charity. The Mix are proud to be looking for two young trustees to join our board, bringing youth voice to the governance level of the charity.
We are looking for young trustees who are passionate about issues which impact young people and are ready to advocate for young people at a charity governance level.
You do not need experience of charity governance, just a passion to champion the needs of young people and their involvement in the delivery of The Mix's services
Want to become a Young trustee?
Youth involvement is at the heart of the Mix’s day to day work. It is crucial that young people’s perspective’s on the charity’s direction is represented at all levels, including board level, which is where you could come in.
The Mix is looking to recruit two young trustees to add value to our board. We are looking for young trustees who are passionate about issues which impact young people and are ready to advocate for young people at a charity governance level.
The Charities trustees are a group of people who are legally responsible for making sure that the charity is run well, financially stable and is doing what it set out to do. Specifically, the young trustee role is to bring a valuable perspective to the board and to advocate for the inclusion of young people’s voices at all levels of the organisation. Trustees are often made up of volunteers with different skills and expertise. The more diverse a board of trustees is in its skills, experiences and perspectives, the stronger it is.
To this end we are seeking applications from individuals with a diversity of experience and perspectives, including age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic and cultural background. We particularly welcome applications from people aged between 18-25
Please complete the Equality and Diversity form when applying for this role (Click here to access).
Application deadline: Wednesday 16th June 2021 at 11:59PM