The College of West Anglia has been chosen to provide a new national course running this summer.
The National Citizenship Service (NCS) is open to 16 and 17-year-olds and the college is one of only two Norfolk providers chosen by the Government for the scheme.
The three-week course will run three times during the coming summer and teenagers are being urged to sign-up now.
Each course will include a residential week at an outdoor centre at Mepal, Cambridgeshire, and a further week residential at the National Construction College, Bircham Newton.
The third week is for a community action plan when the groups choose something within their own community to work on – from helping elderly people with their gardens to organising an event.
Each course can take 45 students and the whole three weeks costs £50.
“It’s a great opportunity and there will be lots going on for everyone to take part in.
“They will all receive a certificate at the end of it and will have gained new skills and confidence,” said Stuart Harrowing, college tutor.
For more information see: www.cwa.ac.uk/ncs