19 December 2019
National and local companies gave students a taste of the world of work at a careers carousel organised by YC Hertfordshire at The Sele School in Hertford.
17 December 2019
More than 100 young people who attend YC Hertfordshire LGBT+ youth projects across the county joined together for the annual Pride Prom.
05 December 2019
Fourteen young people from Sir John Lawes School worked with Youth Workers from Hertfordshire County Councils targeted youth service, YC Hertfordshire, to complete The Royal Society for Public Health’s Young Health Champions course over the last academic year, equipping them with the skills to provide mental health support to their peers.
02 December 2019
40 young people from across Hertfordshire were given the opportunity to create their own policies and make their own manifestos, thanks to this year’s Takeover Day.
27 November 2019
Young people in Broxbourne celebrated Black History Month by exploring the importance of identity and attending music workshops at YC Hertfordshire’s youth work projects and programmes.
20 November 2019
Fifteen young people in Broxbourne participated in the YC Hertfordshire’s Positive Alternatives programme, focusing on making positive choices and keeping themselves safe.
18 November 2019
Bookings are now open for YC Hertfordshire’s IAG conference 2020, which will focus on inspiring learning providers to consider innovative ways of engaging students in thinking about careers. There will be a focus on STEM subjects.
Young people congratulated for their hard work and success at YC Hertfordshire Young People's Awards
07 November 2019
88 young people from across Hertfordshire were recognised for their outstanding achievements at Hertfordshire County Council’s YC Hertfordshire Young People’s Awards ceremony at County Hall in Hertford on Wednesday 6th November.
04 November 2019
Young people from Dacorum completed the Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) Project with YC Hertfordshire this autumn.
29 October 2019
A survey to find out what young people think about some of the services available to them and what issues affect them is taking place in November.