The Scarborough Football Scholarship are holding an Open Evening at the Flamingo Land Stadium on December 16.
The football and education provider will be throwing the event open to male and female students that are currently in school Year 11.
The Open Evening, which takes place between 6pm and 9pm, will give potential scholars the chance to meet the tutoring and coaching staff and ask any questions they have about the course.
In attendance will be Scarborough Athletic skipper Michael Coulson and player-coach Ryan Blott. They will be joined by former Boro coach and captain Denny Ingram, Scholarship director Steve Brennan Boro communications director Martin Dowey and Boro sports therapist Leah Ager.
The Scholarship work alongside Boro in a bid to help the club produce potential stars of the future.
Scholarship coach Coulson said: “Having come through the youth set-up at Scarborough FC myself, I know that it is so important for the town that we have a conveyor belt of young players progressing through to the first team.
“We are looking to welcome as many potential students as possible as we look forward to another exciting year.
The Scholarship currently have teams in the National Football Youth Under-23 League, where they compete against Everton and Crystal Palace, the National Under-19 Youth Alliance and the AOC Sport League.
To book a place text 07774209165.