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25 February 2016
Thanks to St Albans Youth Council, young people across the county successfully bid for funds to enhance activities this February.
Youth Health Champions held free ‘all comers’ street soccer tournament in St Albans during half term
23 February 2016
Members of St Albans Youth Council have trained to become the District’s first Royal Society for Public Health Youth Health Champions, a training offered by Youth Connexions.
18 February 2016
100% of students who attended a careers fair at Barnwell School in early February rated the event as ‘valuable and informative’
15 February 2016
Students in Year 10 had their ambitions sparked by a lively careers morning on Tuesday 9 February at The Sele School. Organised by Youth Connexions, the event included an interactive ‘careers carousel’, CV building and using social media as a job search and professional networking tool.
10 February 2016
A group of young people in Three Rivers have created a short awareness film on body image and feeling happy, in order to support Feeling Good Week 2016.
05 February 2016
Youth Connexions recently organised a careers event at Highfield School, Letchworth Garden City for some 160 Year 9 students. A number of Sixth Form students also attended to explore their career options.
03 February 2016
February 8-12 is national ‘Feeling Good Week’ and aims to improve the health and mental health of young people. Youth Connexions Hertfordshire has been getting set to celebrate the occasion with a range of projects varying from community projects to yoga.
01 February 2016
Students from local schools, colleges and young people from the North Herts Youth Connexions LGBT+ 'Free2Be' project attended a conference called ‘Overload 2015’ in early December.
26 January 2016
Youth Connexions (YCH) is offering the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) at Bowes Lyon Centre.
22 January 2016
Youth Connexions Hertfordshire is pleased to announce a film documenting how young people from across the county took part in the national Takeover Day. This formed part of a national challenge set by the Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield.