Foundation Friday: Participants of 2016 NCS celebrate their achievement at Keepmoat Stadium.Club Doncaster Foundation held its first graduation of the year for the spring 2016 National Citizen Service on Friday 8th April.
All spring 2016 participants were invited down to the Keepmoat for a ceremony where they collected certificates for their efforts on the programme.
On the programme the young people taking part in NCS headed to the Peak District to take part in a series of adrenaline filled activities before returning to Doncaster to help the local community.
The graduates received certificates for various workshops such as First Aid, South Yorkshire Fire, Rovers: Bike It, and Parliament, as well as their NCS certificate.
Matt Umney, NCS Coordinator, said: “The spring graduates can be really proud of themselves. They took on every challenge that they faced and they’ve made a real difference in their local community.
“This experience will really benefit the young people when they go for university places or job interviews when they are older.
“These days, there is so much competition for jobs and university places and this makes people really stand out against those they are competing with.”
NCS is open to all 15-17 year olds in the region and the Club Doncaster Foundation are now recruiting the latest set of adventurers for the summer, however a very limited number of spaces remain.
Call 01302 764663 or visit www.clubdoncasterfoundation.co.uk/ncs-programme for more information.