Become an OYMG Influencer
Our team of Influencers work with us to help shape the work we do and get involved in activities such as:
- Designing new social media content
- Creating artwork such as posters and leaflets - to spread awareness
- Finding out from other young people how you can improve OYMG and ways to promote it
- Designing surveys & collecting research from your community
- Taking part in public speaking opportunities to share initiatives
- Attend socials - where we discuss future opportunities
As an Influencer you will meet like-minded people, develop your skills for the future and take part in fun experiences.
Our Influencers come from a range of backgrounds, ethnicities, religions and sexualities – everyone’s welcome! We also provide all of our Influencers with access to support and training (including helping with expenses).
If you are aged under 25 and live in Gloucestershire please apply to be an Influencer by emailing your contact details or your parent/carer contact details to: Partnership and Inclusion
Become a OYMG Blogger
Do you enjoying Writing? Want to share your mental health experiences? Or do you have tips and advice for other young people struggling with their mental health? Then become a OYMG Blogger and make a positive impact.
The OYMG blog is a place where young people in Gloucestershire can share their experiences of mental health and local services, and use their voice to support other young people who may be going through a difficult time.
Each month we will focus on a different topic in our blog. You could help by sharing tips or experiences around issues that may impact mental health. This could be related to social media, coping with exam stress or even how you've managed to cope with something worrying you.
Your blogs will appear on our website and all our Blogger’s go by their first name only, or you can choose to be anonymous. This is to protect your privacy.
If you are aged under 25 and live in Gloucestershire and would like to be added to the mailing list to find our monthly blog topic, email your contact details or your parent/carer contact details to: firstname.lastname@example.org