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24 August 2017
YC Hertfordshire has supported 14 young people from Hertsmere to take part in the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme which boosts young people’s confidence and equips them with the skills needed as they approach adulthood.
24 August 2017
YC Hertfordshire has supported 13 young people from Watford to take part in the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme which boosts young people’s confidence and equips them with the skills needed as they approach adulthood.
22 August 2017
Young people from across Watford and Three Rivers put on a special performance for friends and family on Friday 18th August – the culmination of four week-long music projects at the state-of-the-art music studio and recording facilities at YouthPoint, Watford.
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17 August 2017
YC Hertfordshire advisers are on hand to help you to think about the right choices for you, whether that’s in education, training or employment.
25 July 2017
Over 40 employers gathered at Simon Balle School, Hertford to help put Year 10 and 12 students on the right career path.
19 July 2017
Youth councils in St Albans and Harpenden are merging to create one youth council to represent young people across the whole St Albans district.
12 July 2017
Young explorers from Watford took to the countryside around Berkhamsted during June and July to take part in their Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award practice expeditions, setting off from YC Hertfordshire’s centre at Hudnall Park.
06 July 2017
Year 6 students at Morgans Primary School in Hertford took part in sessions designed to prepare them for secondary school.
30 June 2017
Relationships, consent and power were the focus of sessions held by YC Hertfordshire at Bishops Hatfield Girls’ School.
21 June 2017
Young parents across Watford and Three Rivers are celebrating the successful completion of the Plus One programme run by YC Hertfordshire this week - which has seen them take part in a 20-week course designed to help them manage the challenges of becoming new parents, as well as empowering them to progress into further education, employment or training.