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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.
16 June 2017
This summer more than 900 young people aged 16 to 17 will take part in a four-week National Citizen Service (NCS) programme with YC Hertfordshire to help build resilience, learn new skills and prepare them for adulthood.
30 May 2017
Young people who are experiencing anxiety and stress in the run up to exams can now get the support and advice they need through a series of drop-in sessions across the county. The sessions are run by Safe Space, a service which usually offers counselling in schools, at a number of YC Hertfordshire venues.
12 May 2017
Hertfordshire firefighters led a group of ten young people from YC Hertfordshire’s Croxley Green Youth Project in interactive sessions designed to boost communication skills and teamwork among young people.
04 May 2017
A pilot project designed between Family Services Commissioning team and YC Hertfordshire to help parents get back into work is already proving a success in North Herts.
25 April 2017
Navigate your Future, a package of pick and mix workshops for key stage 3, is inspiring students to think about their journey into the world of work.
21 April 2017
Young people taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award programme with YC Hertfordshire were treated to a special visit from one of the first people to complete the awards 60 years ago.
18 April 2017
Young people from YC Hertfordshire’s St Albans and Dacorum LGBTQ projects got a taste of London’s West End after a recent trip to see the musical Kinky Boots at the Adelphi Theatre.
12 April 2017
26 young people in Watford are celebrating achieving their bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award this year thanks to their hard work and perseverance.
29 March 2017
Students at The Sele School in Hertford were given information about staying safe online and healthy relationships during a lunchtime session held the day before National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day.