DSAC – NYDA Young Creatives Programme 2023

Deadline: 26 May 2023

DSAC – NYDA Young Creatives Programme 2023

The Department of Sport, Arts & Culture (DSAC) in partnership with National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) are looking to recruit young people in the Creative & Cultural Industries to enter a one year National Youth Service Programme called The Young Creatives Programme, mobilising communities and engaging youth in arts and culture.

Monthly stipend: R4000

The successful applicants will be required to fulfil the following functions:

  • Implement arts and cultural activities in both Community Arts Centre and schools;
  • Mobilise schools and youth formations to be part of The Young Creatives Programme and activities at the Community Arts Centre and their community;
  • Implement, coordinate and support The Young Creatives Programme events in the community;
  • Maintain relationships with local community organisations and other community youth groups in the community;
  • Administer the monitoring of The Young Creatives Programme implementation in schools and at the Community Arts Centre;
  • Commit to personal development and growth.


  • Grade 12 Certificate, tertiary qualification will be an added advantage.
  • Must be between the age of 18 and 35 years.
  • Must be from the creative and cultural sector.
  • Facilitation and presentation skills.
  • English and local language proficiency.
  • Strong communication and youth development background.
  • Self-initiator, pro-activeness, with attention to detail.
  • Display ability to role model.

Application details per province: Email the summarised copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV) to the Provincial Coordinator as follows:

1. FREE STATE: [email protected].

2. NORTHERN CAPE: [email protected].

3. KZN: [email protected].

4. EASTERN CAPE: [email protected].

5. LIMPOPO: [email protected].

6. GAUTENG: [email protected].

7. WESTERN CAPE: [email protected].

8. NORTH WEST: [email protected]/ [email protected].

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