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14 December 2016
Hertfordshire County Council Youth Connexions has secured funding from the Careers and Enterprise Company to set up an employer mentoring programme for young people in Hertfordshire.
Young apprentice is told “you’re hired” thanks to support from Hertfordshire County Council Youth Connexions
03 November 2016
A Hertfordshire employer was a very satisfied customer after Youth Connexions helped Dine Contract catering to fill an apprenticeship vacancy.
19 October 2016
Ten Tring School pupils trained to become Youth Health Champions were inspired by a group of Maasai Warriors who joined them during their planning meeting last week.
14 September 2016
Youth Connexions primary school careers programme Rocket into the Future supports schools in ensuring their students are prepared for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of future life including secondary school.
17 August 2016
Whatever results you get – whether better or worse than you hoped for – there are plenty of options for you. Youth Connexions 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 2016
Student from Bishop’s Stortford is given the opportunity to design and make prototype gym equipment
Youth Connexions secure three years funding from the Big Lottery Fund to develop young LGBT+ services and support
14 July 2016
After initial work by Herts1125 Who not What, the young LGBT+ group supported by Youth Connexions, young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people in Hertfordshire will have the opportunity to develop more services and increase support across the county thanks to support from the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Fund.
Hertfordshire County Council secures top national award in Stonewall’s Education Equality Index 2016
12 July 2016
On Friday 8th July, young people from Herts1125 Who not What group attended the Stonewall Education for All conference and, along with Hertfordshire County Council Youth Connexions and Herts for Learning, received the number one award on behalf of Hertfordshire County Council. The award recognises the local authority as the best in the country for its work with and for the young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender* community.
04 July 2016
Young people who form Watford Youth Council have spent the last eight months concentrating on issues connected with understanding mental health.
01 July 2016
Youth Connexions recently coordinated a one day careers event for Key Stage 5 students at Presdales School in Ware. Students participated in an energetic careers carousel where they had the chance to meet local, national and global employers and seek advice and information.