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Job Vacancies from South West Community Cycles

South West Community Cycles are delighted to announce the following job vacancies:

MsMissMrs Get SET Training

After 4 years of delivering accredited empowerment and well-being programmes to women and girls, MsMssMrs are delighted to be holding training that will offer resources to support professionals working in youth services, health & social care and education.

Knightswood Community Centre Open Day

Why don't you go and try by joining Knightswood Community Centre for their open day on 25th March!

Accessible Information Service from the Advocacy Project

How accessible is your social enterprise? Have you ever considered how easy your written information is to understand?

Strengthen your Board!

Find the Trustees, Directors and pro-bono experts you need to sustain and develop your social enterprise. Advertise for free with Volunteer Glasgow to connect with hundreds of people interested in supporting organisations like yours.

Social Enterprise World Forum Newsletter

The March newsletter is now out announcing the first speakers and supply chain opportunities:

Social Prescribing Briefing from SENSCOT

The ‘Social Prescribing – the role of social enterprise’ - highlights the value of social enterprises being involved in social prescribing in terms of the sustainable and person-centred solutions they can provide. Examples of this work are cited via case studies which include: Clydesdale Community Initiatives (CCI) in Lanarkshire; the Care and Wellbeing Co-operative in Perthshire; and the Good Morning Service in Glasgow.

Accessible Tennis

Congratulations to Accessible Tennis who have made the shortlist for the Tennis Scotland Disability Programme Awards

Young Enterprise Scotland Festival of Youth Enterprise

Young Enterprise Scotland are hosting Scotland’s annual Festival of Youth Enterprise. Like last year this Year of Young People flagship event will feature our broad range of enterprise activities, our supporters, the enterprise network and young people from across Scotland.

Open Programmes from the Academy

‘Building Resilience: How Can Neuroscience Help Us’. It’s a brand new programme in the Academy and we’re delivering it in partnership with Dr. Jen Jenkins Ph.D., is a Business Psychologist, Learning & Development Consultant and Executive Coach.

Switch in the City

Get involved and think what you could do with cash saved on your energy bills!

Link rewarded for investing in its staff

Link Group Ltd is celebrating having recently achieved triple people management accreditations.

Jangling Space Shopfront Opening on 11th March

The founder Members of Jangling Space are taking part in a piece of cooperation to mark their shopfront opening. They are all getting together with signwriter Zoe Pearson on 11th March from to make the signage for above our door – a ‘removable’ piece that will be totally unique and made by all.

Link achieves A+ Credit Rating

Link Group Ltd recently obtained an investment grade rating of A+ from Standard and Poors.

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ... and how to fight it!

THE GOOD LIFEGROUP in partnership with FORTUNE WORKS Invite you to a lively event to learn about VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ... and how to fight it!

Latest news from DRCET

Welcome to the February issue of Your Community, Your Planet! The snowdrops, crocus and daffodils are wakening up after winter - time to get outdoors!

The Power of Compassion from Thriving Survivors

The power of Compassion is Thriving Survivors second networking event to be held in Tollcross Mansionhouse and the aim this time is to promote and connect with organisations who value compassion and put it at the heart of everything they do.

Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Trade Up Programme 2018 (includes Match Trading grant)

You’ve been running a social enterprise, charity or impact project for at least a year, and it’s making more than £15,000 a year. (Earlier stage than that? Try Start Up.)

Articulate's Spring Newsletter

Please find below a download copy of Articulate's spring newsletter that brings you up to speed with all they are doing to support care experienced young Scots find and use their creative voice.