Youth advisary board.

We would like to announce The Sisters Grimm Charitable Trust Youth Advisory Board for 2023.

Ace Merriott16Hampshire
Arooj Sarwar16Edinburgh
Chloe Share15Leicestershire
Daniel Josiah Adam17Staffordshire
Jamili Hammoud14London
Lou Beck15Greater London
Millie Stanley14West Midlands
Naomi Williams15Kent
Prisha Victor15Lancashire

Update: Applications are now closed

Now open for applications to the Sisters Grimm Charitable Trust Youth Advisory Board

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What is the youth advisory board?

We are looking for dynamic young people to join our advisory group for The Sisters Grimm Charitable Trust. If you have an interest in arts and making a difference, working as part of a team and having your voice heard then we encourage you to get in touch.

We will be electing 12-15 pupils to contribute their creative and organisational ideas to every area of The Sisters Grimm Charitable Trust, including our outreach program and a West-end relaunch of our own Grammy-nominated show ‘INALA’ and arts and environment programme ‘Art In Nature Global’.

Each member will sit on the board for one year, and there will be a group meeting in London every 6 months. Any travel accommodation and additional costs to take part will be covered by the Sisters Grimm Charitable Trust.

How to apply?

The application includes one open-ended question (up to 500 words maximum) and a short two-minute questionnaire.  All information is kept confidential and complies with the data protection act.

If you have any queries or questions about access, require support to apply and/or would like the application form and information in an alternative format then please email

Key dates
  • Wednesday 21st September OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS
  • Friday 4th November APPLICATION PERIOD ENDS
  • Week Commencing 7th November Applicants informed if they have been shortlisted
  • Week Commencing 14th November Shortlisted Applicants Interviews
  • 28th November Successful applicants advised of their place on the Youth Advisory Board
Eligibility and criteria
  • Young people in the UK aged 14-17  can apply
  • (If you will be 14 by 1st January 2023 you may apply)
  • No experience in the arts is necessary to apply
  • Students must be living in the UK to apply
  • We strongly encourage people with disability and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply

Help weigh in directly on how our organisation is run, how it can be improved and ensure that our work consistently supports our mission to amplify the voices of young people nationwide.

Apply now