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One Awards supports National Youth Worker of the Year Awards 2015

19th March 2015 Date of publication

One Awards helped celebrate the many contributions made to the welfare, personal and social development of young people at the 8th National Youth Worker of the Year Awards, hosted by YouthLink Scotland.

The evening was an amazing showcase highlighting the remarkable work being carried out right across Scotland.

One Awards was proud to sponsor the ‘Youth Worker of the Year (Sessional Paid/Part-time)’ Award which recognises the commitment to the development of young people by creating imaginative learning opportunities enabling them to broaden their horizons.The winner was:

Bruce MacKintosh, North Ayrshire Council

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured left to right:

Louise Morritt - One Awards, Fiona McLeod MSP,
Bruce MacKintosh, Lesley Scullion and Arlene Stuart - Forth One

The other finalists were:

Stuart McPhail

Stuart McPhail, Erskine Senior Youth Club/Renfrewshire Council

Lesley Scullion Lesley Scullion, Y Sort It - Clydbank

Louise Morritt, Chief Executive of One Awards said:

"One Awards is immensely proud to be associated with The National Youth Worker of the Year Awards and YouthLink Scotland and would like to congratulate all the winners and finalists on their achievements."

Commenting, Jim Sweeney, Chief Executive of YouthLink Scotland, said:

“In every area of the country there are countless examples of people, paid and unpaid who do great work with young people that quite literally changes lives.This year’s winners show that investing in our young people is absolutely critical to the economic and social success of Scotland and the Scottish Government’s ambition for a truly equal society.”

To find out more information about the National Youth Worker of the Year Awards 2015, visit the YouthLink Scotland website at www.youthlinkscotland.org

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