Social media and online learning platform, Natterhub, is seeking a panel of young advisors to pave the way for internet safety. The young advisors will be invited to virtually meet in small groups to share their thoughts and experiences about being online and on screens. By representing a young persons’ voice for internet issues, the […]
The European Space Agency (ESA) has opened their application process, and the organisation has outlined just what you need to do to become an astronaut.
In what was a year without much light, Celeste shone brighter than all the rest, here she talks about her debut album, Not Your Muse.
From volunteering or travelling to work experience and internships, taking time out after school to do something that inspires you will certainly benefit your future.
There are many different ways to put your degree to good use after you graduate, getting into a graduate scheme or specialist graduate roles will see you utilise all your learning whilst gaining valuable experience: It’s a win, win.
After graduating in 2016, Polly Bartlett has quickly progressed in the world of TV. The STV entertainment reporter and social media lead spoke to Source about her career so far and the importance of work experience.
Well, this year definitely didn’t go the way you originally planned. From exam fiascos, months out of school to cancelled summer holiday plans, what happened to 2020? Young Scots share their 2020 on pause.
There’s no wrong path to achieving your dreams, something that is exemplified by Poppy Murricane, owner of one of Glasgow’s popular vegan cafés, Rawnchy. Poppy chats running her own business and her favourite dishes to make.