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Bradford150 - an opportunity for 18 to 25 year olds

9 Sep 2020,

Common Purpose, a global leadership organization, has created the Bradford150 project for young people aged 18 to 25. The project is an "experiential leadership programme" themed around the question: "What will the legacy of our generation be?" The group sessions will take place online on September 24, 25, 28 and 29. The deadline for applications is the 17th September.

In 2047, it will be 150 years since Bradford was formally granted city status. 

Bradford150 will bring together its young leaders to address the question: "What will the legacy of our generation be?" 

"Because after all, you are the generation who will shape Bradford when it reaches 150."

To take part you must live, work, volunteer or study in Bradford. 

The Bradford150 group of young people will be from every corner of Bradford. They will be an amazingly diverse group – the only thing they have in common is their generation.

Participants will have the opportunity to work with around 30 established leaders who act as group advisors, speakers and immersion hosts.

To find out more please take a look at the information attached below. Please apply online at The deadline for applying is Thursday 17 September.

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