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19 May 2016
On 16th May, Jonathan Jack, Youth Connexions Engagement Manager, attended a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) Gold Award Presentation at Buckingham Palace. Youth Connexions received a special plaque, acknowledging Hertfordshire County Council’s commitment to running the DofE since 1974.
18 May 2016
Youth Connexions is working in partnership with the YMCA to develop a newly opened project at the Peartree Youth Club in Welwyn Garden City.
18 May 2016
Youth Connexions runs the Welwyn Hatfield Youth Council in partnership with Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council. This year 15 enthusiastic young people have joined and are giving up their time every week to help address the issues that affect local young people.
13 May 2016
Youth Connexions has been delivering sessions at Dame Alice Owens School, Potters Bar, exploring how to stay safe when it comes to sex, alcohol and drugs.
29 April 2016
A new project for young women run by Youth Connexions in South Oxhey has got off to a great start. Called ‘Eyes Open’, the aim of the project is to enable young people to recognise and develop positive healthy relationships – and, as a result, to ensure that they are less vulnerable to exploitation in the future.
25 April 2016
Over 60 young people celebrated their National Citizen Service graduation with Youth Connexions Hertfordshire
19 April 2016
A group of 13 young people who attend the Youth Connexions Elm Court Youth Project in Potters Bar visited the Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead to try some adventurous activities during their Easter holidays.
14 April 2016
The Hemel Hempstead One Stop Shop is the latest Youth Connexions venue to receive the ‘You’re Welcome’ accreditation.
06 April 2016
Dolapo Sarumi, Senior Support Officer for the National Citizen Service programme delivered by Youth Connexions Hertfordshire, attended NCS YES Live on 29th March together with his colleague Harry Ames.
04 April 2016
Youth Connexions carries out regular surveys to gain feedback from young people about the services they receive. The most recent study asked 1,000 young people who received independent and impartial advice or guidance to rate their experience.