If you are aged between 13 and 25 and have missed out on standard school or college education this project is for you! It's an opportunity for you to learn practical work skills, train for recognised qualifications as well as develop new interests.
Are you aged 13-17? Is life a struggle at times? Do you find you have issues at home or school where you find yourself in trouble - including with the police? If you would like some support in making positive life changes and improving your future opportunities, please contact YC Hertfordshire about the Positive Pathways project, delivered in partnership with Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.
Do you have questions about sexual health and relationships? Want to know how you can keep yourself safe from STIs? Come to YC Hertfordshire’s sexual health outreach clinic at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield. The sessions are every other Tuesday (see below for dates) 5.30-7.30pm, at the Oval, located near the student accommodation on the College Lane campus. Drop by to access the support you need.
Hertfordshire Young Carers organises support and activities for carers aged 13-18 and their families. The service is provided across the whole county and there are groups and activities in a variety of areas - please get in touch for more information about what’s on near you.
Bridges2Beats is a unique music project run by YC Hertfordshire which looks at the impact of how music can break down barriers between different cultures. As part of the project you'll work towards a live performance and gain a Duke of Edinburgh's Award section certificate. If you can commit to one evening a week for at least 14 weeks, this project could be for you!