Our goal for each participant is that you become the best you can be, that’s why Dream Big is our motto. At A&M Scotland we are passionate about people and passionate about employability. Through the employability programme we will encourage and journey with you as we support you to follow your dreams. We want you to grow your skills, develop yourself professionally and flourish within employment, education or training of your choice. I want you to ask yourself 3 questions.
During 2015 we have delivered another round of successful holiday programmes at Petershill Leisure Centre and Kingsway Multi Use Games Area. We catered for an average of 150 young people each day at Easter, Summer and October and thanks to Bauer Radio Cash For Kids every participant was fed each day. A&M are continuing to provide free sport throughout the City of Glasgow to ensure that young people can remain active. Following on from the success of the Easter Camp and
Our young people had the chance to participate in two international trips to France and Vietnam to help local communities. Through partner collaborations, we manage to arrange volunteering experiences for them in different international communities. We believe these international trips are a great learning experience that will shape their identities and personalities in the future. Also, It will widen their vision of the issues of the world and increase their empathy. Our work with them in there has actually proven to
The 23rd July to the 24th saw A&M running it's ever popular 'Summer Camp' at Petershill Leisure Centre in Springburn, Glasgow. Due to the massive demand at previous events, we also ran a second, smaller camp in Kingsway. The 'Summer Camp' attracted around 250 young people over the two weeks with an average attendance of 130 young people each day at Petershill and a further 20 young people at the other camp in Kingsway. Young people were provided with free transport from
The 13th July to the 24th July saw A&M Scotland running its 'Summer Camp' at Petershill Leisure Centre in Springburn as well as a smaller camp in Kingsway. The camp saw over 250 young people attend completely free activities, with an average of 130 young people attending Petershill every day with an average of 20 young people at Kingsway. The camp was even attended by Anne McLaughlin MP who came along to visit. The camps were focused around providing free sport for