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Published on December 17th, 2012 | by Robert Bickers
Image © Take your ‘Chance to be Chancellor’ and have your say on Budget 2013! Earlier this year I was a volunteer for Catch21 and I wrote several blogs and helped produced the Street Politics series. I now work at the Citizenship Foundation on Chance to be Chancellor. The reason why I liked working for both charities is that they both have the same goals of engaging young people with politics. Chance to be Chancellor gives you – young people – the opportunity to get to grips with, and share your views on, the nation’s budget. Open to all 14-18 year olds, Chance to be Chancellor gathers the opinions of all those of all who take part to publishes them in the ‘Youth Budget ’ to provide a platform for what young people think about Budget 2013. You can also enter our national competition by shooting a short video (max 90 secs) arguing your views and uploading it onto the website with the chance to win an IPad and get an exclusive invite to the Youth Budget 2013 launch event. Chance to be Chancellor runs until 15 February 2013. Find out more and take part by visiting: www.chancetobechancellor.org.uk If you are not in the age group then recommend it to those you know who are. Also anyone can try the interactive challenge by clicking above. http://www.chancetobechancellor.org.uk/

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Your chance to be Chancellor

Take your ‘Chance to be Chancellor’ and have your say on Budget 2013!

Earlier this year I was a volunteer for Catch21 and I wrote several blogs and helped produced the Street Politics series. I now work at the Citizenship Foundation on Chance to be Chancellor. The reason why I liked working for both charities is that they both have the same goals of engaging young people with politics.

Chance to be Chancellor gives you – young people – the opportunity to get to grips with, and share your views on, the nation’s budget. Open to all 14-18 year olds, Chance to be Chancellor gathers the opinions of all those of all who take part to publishes them in the ‘Youth Budget ’ to provide a platform for what young people think about Budget 2013.

You can also enter our national competition by shooting a short video (max 90 secs) arguing your views and uploading it onto the website with the chance to win an IPad and get an exclusive invite to the Youth Budget 2013 launch event.

Chance to be Chancellor runs until 15 February 2013. Find out more and take part by visiting: www.chancetobechancellor.org.uk

If you are not in the age group then recommend it to those you know who are. Also anyone can try the interactive challenge by clicking above.

http://www.chancetobechancellor.org.uk/

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